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Lucky Super 200 Review

Super cheap, and you don't need to be lucky to get great shots! You may have been looking on eBay and seen this film and disregarded it as just a crappy film not worth your time, or money.

But think again! I bought 10 rolls of this and it ended up at about $4NZD a roll which is unheard of for film here!

This film is the ultimate companion for the Diana Mini, as you really can shoot forever! Bugger, you finished your roll of 72 half frame shots? Not a problem here, as you spent next to nothing on this film just whack in another roll and your on your way again!

I personally like the effects of this film, no frills, you get in your photo exactly what was there!

This film is just perfect to have with you all the time. Bored of those tired looking digicam shots but like the affordability of digital? Then this is the perfect middle ground, cheap, funky looking and just generally fun! If you haven’t tried this film yet then what are you waiting for, and it won’t even leave a dent in your wallet!

written by pim_g

4 comments

  1. disasterarea

    disasterarea

    great article...I've just ordered some too for my Diana Mini.
    I think the slightly washed out colors perfectly match it's plastic lens creating a great lo-fi look :)

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  2. istionojr

    istionojr

    Actualy, this is my all-the-time favourite negative film. Go & check my homes for proactive your great article. (:

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  3. jonalon

    jonalon

    think i might have found my new source of films..thankyou so much

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  4. ropi

    ropi

    I just developed a Lucky 200, and the pictures are bit blueish, is it usual??

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