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pan_dre's Shopping Guide

Welcome to the first installement of pan_dre's shopping guide, your source for all the happings around lomography.com's online shop.

Welcome to the first installement of pan_dre’s shopping guide, your source for all the happings around lomography.com’s online shop.

Every monday from now on I’ll give you a little update on the newcomers, the back-in-stockers and the special offers out there. Basically all you deal-sniffers out there need to know.

Wrapping up last week, there is one word that leaps into my mind, Redscale!

Being able to offer you guys the world exclusive, first-ever prespooled Redscale film is a real big thing for us, believe me.

Check out the gallery here:

http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=lfr

Speaking of film being a big think last week, we’d definitly try keeping it that way with the introduction of the a massive set of new Ilford variants compelting our line-up. Classics like HP5 and Deltapro 3200 have long been community favourites but we’ve also heard you asking for more exotic emulision like PAN F and FP4.

So watch out here they come:

Ilford PAN F 50 120 film:

http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=mfb

Ilford FP4 125 120 film:

http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=mfb

Ilford Delta Pro 400 120 and 35mm film:

Ilford XP2 120 and 35mm film (US-only):

So thats it for this time see you next monday for more shop gossip!

written by pan_dre

7 comments

  1. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    XP2 !! thats what im talking about

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  2. lazyrabbit

    lazyrabbit

    fp4 finally! i love this film like it was my own child! everyone buy some and try it! :)

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  3. ferro_ud

    Ilford PAN F 50 and Ilford Delta Pro 400 has the same first shot

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  4. tmmluis

    tmmluis

    FP4 develops in C-41 chemistry, right?

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  5. kylewis

    kylewis

    great idea good to keep up with the bargains!

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  6. pan_dre

    pan_dre

    @tmmluis: I think you mean the xp2, that one develops in C41. The FP4 is a regular B&W film!

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam
  7. tmmluis

    tmmluis

    @pan-dre
    yeah, you're right! it's the xp2.. similar to kodak BW400CN and the fuji Neopan 400CN..

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam