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Agfa CT Precisa Makes a Comeback - Limited Stock Available!

The classic Agfa CT Precisa makes a fleeting comeback Online and in Gallery Stores. Hurry and pick up your stash before supply runs out; we only have limited stock of this popular slide film!

Photo by fivedayforecast

Now back in stock is the classic slide film that’s been highly coveted by Lomographers worldwide: the Agfa CT Precisa 35mm Film! Famous for its overall cool blue tone that intensifies hues without being too overpowering, this film is ideal if you want to amplify your photos without resorting to wild color shifts.

This popular slide film is available in limited quantities only, so better get yours while supplies last!

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Photo by jennson

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Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120 – Shoot your squares in warm, golden honey tones.

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Lomography Color Negative 400 120 – The perfect choice for sharp and vibrant medium format shots.

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Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm – It’s a classic monochrome staple for 35mm shooters.

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Please note that stock may vary. Visit the Lomography Film Shop to see what’s available in your region!

written by shhquiet

3 comments

  1. wesco

    wesco

    @lsi: Is this the old Agfa CT Precisa or is it the new version from Agfaphoto (as the images show), which is made by Fujifilm in Japan?

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    Indeed, the new CT Precisa (with the round logo) tends more towards greenish colors when x-processed and not with these fantastic blues and whites of the old CT Precisa (with the diamant logo) i'm really fan of the old one...

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  3. headlock

    headlock

    @wesco: I was going to ask the exact same question. If it's the old emulsion with the blueish hues, I'm definitely going to buy some!

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