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

Sliding into Colorfull Adventures with the Lomography X-Pro 200! "OK, one Lomography X-Pro 200 should be allright for my holiday" thats what I thought when I stuffed my handluggage with an awful lot of 35mm Film. Wrong assumtion!! But I only found out 4 weeks later when I picked up the Lomographic Booty from the Lab.

somapic; bali-2009-r2

I knew scarcely how nicely grainy and color shifted those X-pro prints would turn out! If I had an idea my handluggage would have consisted only of Lomo X-Pro slide 200 Films !

No matter if day or night, regardless if the sun shines or if it´s rainy, with or without flash, single or double exposure – doesn´t really matter – combined with the LC-A+ this prodigy delivers supersweet pictures beyond expectation. Believe it or not – I even favor the results to the outcome of original Agfa CT Precisa ISO 100 Film.

written by somapic


  1. cinzinc


    its grainyyyy

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  2. inotion


    nice color tones! i am having mine develop today. hope to see some nice effect on it too.

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  3. eyecon


    Haha....it´s funny I also submit a review about this film just yesterday!

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  4. lomodirk


    too grainy...Hope only when xpro

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  5. somapic


    grain.... the lab I developed this film at often returns film pretty grainy ( they don´t care too much) .... see what they did to a fuji neopan and compare it to the roll I developed at home....
    lab: http://www.lomograph(…)rip-to-bali
    home: http://www.lomograph(…)tos/2443187

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  6. stouf


    Mmmm what's wrong with grain ? I was going to say I liked it before reading the previous comments... Well still... I love it ! 8D

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  7. somapic


    well, I don´t mind the grain! :) just wanted to point out that it´s not ONLY due to the film but also the chemistry and developing time.....

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  8. lomodirk


    OMG!!! What are they doing to your films? Ever thought of an other lab? I would...

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  9. d_i_d


    the grainier, the better!

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