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Lomography x-pro slide (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review

Brand new sumptuous lomo slide film iso 200!

Hot off the press is this brand spanking kickass new Lomography x-pro slide 200. The colours are punctuated and really pop out when x processed. It has a high green /yellow content – which really contrasts to bring out red colours – This may well vary depending on the lab you use because each lab uses different chemicals and also paper and this will have a bearing on the end result! So image processing may well change from lab to lab and this is the reason why!

We as lomographers are used to that as experimentation is all part of the process – and really this is a most excellent slide film. I have shot with many and I must say this rocks – but hey! Don’t take my word for it – but take a look at the images! The depth is excellent, the feel is exciting – it rolls with pleasure over the eyes … Shots straight into the sun with the LCA worked out really well!

So I welcome you to a new chapter in our history! Let the experiments begin!

written by scootiepye

7 comments

  1. kylewis

    kylewis

    Oh my G.., there are those glasses again! haha!

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  2. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    very interesting, considering whenever i shot agfa rsx i got really rich blues, guess i gotta try it out :) great review pye

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  3. quaisoir

    quaisoir

    wow...crazy greens u got there!i wonder if film's available anywhere near...hmmm...

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  4. spendospend

    spendospend

    gotta get me some of that, great shots and review!!

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  5. stouf

    stouf

    Superb gallery !

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  6. eyecon

    eyecon

    Wow...one shot is better then the one before! Great results!

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  7. azurblue

    azurblue

    Crazy colors ! Great !

    Why this film doesn't exist in 120 mm format ? Sigh !

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