Experiment with the new Lomography Redscale XR Film!

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The past few weeks were an exciting time for film – prices were reduced, and new ones were introduced. And there’s no stopping us! Now we bring you two emulsions suitable for your analogue experiments - the Lomography Redscale XR 35mm and Lomography Redscale XR 120!

For the first time ever, Lomography introduces a redscale film with an extended exposure range. What this means – more creative control and unlimited possibilities! These special-effect emulsions allow you to tweak the ISO settings to produce different effects, so whether you want your photos to glow brightly in warm red tones, or wish to inject a bit of cool blues into your images, it’s all possible in just a single roll of film! What’s more, it’s available in 35mm and 120 film formats to give you more choices!

Lomography Redscale XR 120 shot at High ISO:

Lomography Redscale XR 120 shot at Lower ISO:

Lomography Redscale XR 35mm shot at High ISO:

Lomography Redscale XR 35mm shot at Lower ISO:

The expanding Lomography lineup is part of our quest to bring you a bevy of quality films that won’t hurt your budget. Anytime you need to stock up on the freshest emulsions, Lomography is the place to go. See our complete range below.

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New Lomography Redscale XR 35mm & 120 Film

Lomography Redscale XR (Extended Range) Film offers superior flexibility. Pick an effect that you want, and set the ISO accordingly. Want some intense red and orange hues? Set the film to ISO 200. Like a bit of cool blue and green tones into your image? Set it as ISO 25. Either way, your images will exude a lovely retro feel. It’s the perfect film to experiment with!

Try the 35mm film for your Lomo LC-A+ and Diana Mini cameras, and the 120 variant for your medium-format Diana F+, Holga 120, and Lubitel 166+!

Read more about how Lomography Redscale XR works on our Film Section

Highlights

  • Available in 35mm and 120 film formats
  • For best results: 50 – 200 ISO, but you can also experiment from 12 – 400 ISO
  • C-41 processing
  • Available in 3-packs

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The Lomography Film Family

With a wide variety of excellent films at unbeatable prices, Lomography is the ultimate source for your analogue needs! All Lomography Films are available in packs of 3.

Lomography Redscale 120 100 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 120 800 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 120 100 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 120 400 ISO
Lomography X-Pro Slide 120 200 ISO
Lomography B&W 100 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 35mm 800 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 35mm 400 ISO
Lomography Color Negative 35mm 100 ISO
Lomography Redscale 35mm 100 ISO
Lomography X-Pro Slide 35mm 200 ISO

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written by kazarareta on 2010-07-19 in #news #xr #iso-25-200 #lomography #emulsion #redscale #launch

21 Comments

  1. mandi
    mandi ·

    this film is almost impossible to overexpose!

  2. sidblack
    sidblack ·

    Can't you do this with any redscaled film?
    But putting that aside, the low iso effect does look amazing!

  3. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    this one's really cool!

    bring back lomo xpro 100, and the lineup is almost perfect! :)

  4. gnarlyleech
    gnarlyleech ·

    This is great. I think I will order some of this. I have been wanting to experiment with some redscale film

  5. megs79
    megs79 ·

    How do you set your film to a certain ISO on a Diana?

  6. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    very very very interesting product, must have the film and experiment

  7. leela_dark
    leela_dark ·

    this new film rocks! I definitely have to try it!

  8. mandi
    mandi ·

    @sidblack: you can of course, like with probably all color negative films, as long as it's just some few stops. but the material for the XR gives the biggest range (as far as i have experienced)

  9. help_me
    help_me ·

    hmmm, pardon my question, but how can I shoot with different ISO settings with Holga? the only way would be to use light metering and develop accordingly, as I see it, or am I forgetting something here?

  10. mandi
    mandi ·

    @diana&holga: just use it like standard 200 film to achieve redscale effects, use "B" mode and be quick in daylight to get the "low iso" effect

  11. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    NICE! I bought many films yesterday..... :S.... do I have to do some shopping again???? :D.

  12. panglossian
    panglossian ·

    Does anyone know if this film is DX coded? I shoot an Olympus XA3 and would love to try this, but because it reads DX film automatically I'd like to know if it would be possible to shoot at low ISO first...

  13. mandi
    mandi ·

    yes, it's DX coded. but you could just tape the DX code of the film and set it manually on the XA3

    (i don't know why i'm answering all questions, it's not that i want everyone to buy the film, i don't even like redscale thaaat much! :)

  14. panglossian
    panglossian ·

    Haha, I don't normally like redscale but I love this!

    I had no idea you could do that but of course it makes perfect sense. Genius. I want.

  15. gnarlyleech
    gnarlyleech ·

    I should get my shipment in at the end off the week

  16. porkchopsandy
    porkchopsandy ·

    I left every shoot over exposed pretty much, let's hope I get those low ISO effect :P should see in a week time, so excited!

  17. grubkat
    grubkat ·

    My Diana is locked and loaded. Time to shoot.

  18. a__beautifulsound
    a__beautifulsound ·

    The low ISO settings look amazing! I can't wait till mine comes in the mail (:

  19. plesaleza
    plesaleza ·

    can you shoot different ISO's through out the roll?

  20. alex73013
    alex73013 ·

    I like the lomo cameras but the film is a wast of money. Redscale your own film for a lot less. Fuji Superia 400 redscaled and then shot at 25-100 iso is good or Fuji Superia 800 shot at 50-200 iso works well for fixed shutter speed cameras like the Dianas and Holgas.

  21. caffeineeyes
    caffeineeyes ·

    it's like 3 dollars a roll, you call that expensive?

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