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Lucky Super 200 (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review

If you want to be lucky, you should know at least three words: soft, subtle and creamy!

Lucky Super is a film produced in China. I have been using this kind of film ever since and it doesn’t make me sad whenever I process my film. Creamy colors wherever you use it. May it be in LC-A, RF camera, or any Lomographic cameras, this film is indeed a great ISO 200 film!

Cheap as it is, this film will yield great and wonderful results. Like what I’ve said, soft, subtle and creamy colors when this negative film is being processed. Talking about lucky shots, eh? Lucky Super is a wonderful strip of film. Very, very useful if you don’t want to waste a slide film and wants a great and substantial photo either from your favorite LOMO LC-A or in any other Lomo cameras (or with my Yashica Electro GTN).

Try this film now! It might be just lying somewhere in your nearest film shop!

written by ethermoon

6 comments

  1. mattydk

    mattydk

    Great review ethermoon and a sweet gallery. I ordered 10 rolls of this from a film shop in Thailand on eBay and it never showed up. I really want to try this beautiful looking film!

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  2. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    great review! this is my fave film, which reminds me that i have to restock on this film. it costs a dollar for a roll. Cheap, but high quality!

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  3. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    hi guys! yeah! lucky is a sweet film!!! i like the colors produced together with the L:C-A.. and even if it is not LC-A!

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  4. makeyuu

    makeyuu

    lucky is one of my favourites as well. its creamy freakin wonderland

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  5. stouf

    stouf

    Woo you mastered this film, in all light conditions !

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  6. lovesmesumcake

    lovesmesumcake

    This looks very similar to my local drug store film! Walgreens Studio 400 for anybody who lives near one of those; it's similar but a tad granier.

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