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The Multi-purpose Lomography X-pro 200

Are you looking for a film that you can use in sunny or dimmer conditions? Or one that will produce awesome shots when you shoot doubles with another lomographer? The search for that multi-purpose film stops here with Lomography X-pro 200!

The Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 is a product of Lomography and is made from the original Agfa RSX 200 emulsion. It is a slide film that comes in both 35mm and "120 ":http://shop.lomography.com/films/120-filmversions, perfect for your beloved LC-A+ or Diana F+. It was the first film that I ever tried and I bought the 120 version and tried it on a Diana F+. I love the yellowish-green shifts in my shots after cross processing the roll. The best part is that Lomography X-pro 200 has a higher ISO of 200 so you can still use it in cloudy conditions. However, the color shifts would not be as strong as seen below.

Since i had a positive experience with the 120 X-pro 200, I decided to give the 35mm version a try. I got a roll and went on to shoot a doubles with another lomographer, Chikumumu. I love the shots that came out and the yellowish-green shift was not out of control to ruin the double exposures.

If you have not tried the Lomography X-Pro 200, go get either the 35mm version or the 120 version and try it! I am sure you would not be disappointed.

written by dabai

2 comments

  1. disasterarea

    disasterarea

    Personally I like the high contrast xpro 200 gives on cloudy days and is my film of choice for that kind of lighting

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  2. dabai

    dabai

    same! sensia 400 also works wonders in that kind of lighting but it's kinda hard to find it nowadays.

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