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Lomography B&W100 (120, 100 iso) user-review

Save money and take that b&w-film! A cheap medium format black and white film you should use!

Save money and take that b&w-film! A cheap medium format black and white film you should use!

Lomo black and white film is a 100 ASA medium format film. What irks me though about this great film is its black paper backing is written with white numbers which makes it hard to read the frame numbers (I always have a lamp with me) through the red window. Good thing is that there is a list of wheel-turns when that helps me upon using a roll of this with my Diana+ camera.

Also, I can compare this film’s results to Lucky- film due to their similarities. It has a fine grain and with its 100ASA you can use it on brighter light conditions or with flash. Compared to other films, it is quite cheap. So if you want to do medium-format film battles, I personally suggest that you use this. It’s my favourite film whenever I shoot with my Holga 120 WPC.

written by mephisto19

3 comments

  1. weechonghooi

    weechonghooi

    Nice B&W series.. and SUPER WIDE~!!!

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  2. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    ya man i agree bad idea with the black paper and white text, such a pain

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    edwinchau

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