New Lomography Color Xpro Chrome 35mm 100

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We proudly introduce you to the newest addition to the Lomography Film family - the Lomography Xpro Chrome 35mm film. Yields fantastic colors to give your images a boost when cross-processed. Try it out with your favorite 35mm cameras such as the Lomo LC-A+, Diana Mini, and Spinner 360!

Why Live a Life Less Colorful?

The future is analogue, so it figures that you’re going to need a hefty supply of film. Why settle for less, when you could be living the color dream and shooting on new Lomography Xpro Chrome 35mm? Simply put, it’s the cream of the Lomography Film range. When cross-processed, Lomography Color Xpro Chrome pops with blistering reds and vibrant greens and blues. Expect nothing less than intense color and piercing clarity when developed as a slide. This quality film gives you flexibility and fine-grain while yielding braggable results however you choose to develop it.

Lomography Color Xpro Chrome is the latest offering in Lomography’s commitment to keeping analogue photography both creative and affordable. Check out the rest of the over-growing Lomography Film range below.

Highlights:
- Suitable for cross processing (C41) or E6 slide development
- Amazing value for original chrome material
- High quality, flexible and fine grained.
- 35mm
- 100 ISO
- 36 exposures per roll
- Available in 3-packs

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The Lomography Film Range – Something for Everyone!

We are passionate about film and we want you to be too, so we made a pledge to give you the most choice and the lowest prices. Whatever your fancy, there’s a Lomography Film that hits the spot.

Lomography Redscale XR 35mm 50-200 ISO
7,99 EUR/ 9,99 USD
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Lomography Redscale XR 120 50-200 ISO
12,99 EUR/ 15,99 USD
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Lomography X-Pro Slide 35mm 200 ISO
15,99 EUR / 18,99 USD (was 18 EUR/ 20 USD)
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Lomography X-Pro Slide 120 200 ISO
19,99 EUR / 24,99 USD (was 24 EUR/ 30 USD)
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Lomography Redscale 35mm 100 ISO
8,99 EUR / 9,99 USD (was 12 EUR/16 USD)
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Lomography Redscale 120 100 ISO
9,99 EUR / 12,99 USD
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Lomography Colour Negative 35mm 100 ISO
6,99 EUR / 8,99 USD (was 10 EUR/14 USD)
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Lomography Colour Negative 120 100 ISO
9,99 EUR / 12,99 USD
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Lomography Colour Negative 35mm 400 ISO
7,99 EUR / 9,99 USD (was 14 EUR/14 USD)
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Lomography Colour Negative 120 400 ISO
12,99 EUR / 14,99 USD
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Lomography Colour Negative 35mm 800 ISO
8,99 EUR / 10,99 USD (was 12 EUR/ 16 USD)
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Lomography Colour Negative 120 800 ISO
13,99 EUR / 16,99 USD
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Lomography B&W 120 100 ISO
7,99 EUR / 8,99 USD (was 10 EUR/ 12 USD)
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written by shhquiet on 2010-10-15 in #news #xpro #35mm #lomography-film #slide-film #cross-processing

14 Comments

  1. vgzalez
    vgzalez ·

    great!! trying it soon!!

  2. patriciapetunia
    patriciapetunia ·

    i'll try this one too, but where's the difference between slide and chrome?

  3. somapic
    somapic ·

    No difference at all. Chrome is just the term they use for slide emulsions :) cheers Adrian

  4. pith
    pith ·

    I think, it looks a lot like Lomography X-Pro 100 film. Can't wait to try it out!!!

  5. elletra
    elletra ·

    does it say C41 & E6 processing on the canister, because if so, it would make my life much easier ;)

  6. iaki
    iaki ·

    I love the blueee

  7. reneg88
    reneg88 ·

    woooots! i already have 2 packs in my shopping cart =D will order soon!

  8. alexandrak
    alexandrak ·

    @elletra indeed it does!

  9. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    great!!!

  10. stoopidgerl
    stoopidgerl ·

    does it say process C41 on the canister?

  11. wilfbiffherb
    wilfbiffherb ·

    i want 120! make 120!

  12. emdewe
    emdewe ·

    If you want it crossprocessed, can you also let it get done in a normal lab? and if, will you still get slides?

  13. johnnyhotcakes
    johnnyhotcakes ·

    that's what i'm wondering. can someone answer this?

  14. somapic
    somapic ·

    X-pro chrome states on the roll itself that it can be processed c41 and E6. I´m sure it will help your lab if you just cross out what you don´t want (E6= normal slides, C41=crossed) and yes the lab should also be able to get you framed slides of x-proed film. the process itself has no influence if you get a negative or positive image!

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