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Lomopedia: Lomography X Tungsten 35mm

While short-lived and all sold out, Lomography X Tungsten was a violet-tinged favourite of x-pro addicted Lomographers. With its low ISO, ultra-fine grain and blueberry tones, this 35mm film brought exciting hues to analogue photographs!

Things get really X-citing when you take Lomography X Tungsten over to the parallel universe of cross processing! Get ready to experience beautifully vivid strong colors with that distinct Tungsten appeal. With its low ISO rated at 64, X Tungsten allows you to play, frolic and experiment to your heart’s content. Used under the right light conditions, it will wash your photos in blue hues and purple tones. It also possesses ultra-fine grain quality, rich and super-vibrant colors, and excellent push/pull processing abilities. Unfortunately, it is now sold out—but the new LomoChrome Purple is a strong contender!

Tech Specs:

  • Type: Color reversal/slide film
  • ISO: 64
  • Exposures: 36
  • Legendary Fuji T64 emulsion
  • Developing: cross-process in C-41 (available at most one-hour photo labs)
  • For use with all 35mm cameras

See more photos shot on Lomography X Tungsten film and read up on Lomographer Reviews in the Magazine!

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written by denisesanjose


  1. denisesanjose


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  2. lulomo


    thank you @denisesanjose for choosing a picture of mine!^.^

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  3. vici


    thank you @denisesanjose for including one of my favorite shots. Why do you speak of X-tungsten in the past tense? Lomochrome Purple looks interesting; but I can tell from the sample pics it does not possess the same beauty as the X-tungsten. It is wrong to give us the glorious, creative gift of X-tungsten (a film I came to love even more than Velvia) - and then to take it away. If we protest loudly enough, will they bring it back?

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  4. tsingtao


    Thank you @denisesanjose. I miss tungsten..

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  5. jourdanlynch


    I still have a few rolls of this in the fridge.

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  6. claudialarocca


    thank you @denisesanjose

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  7. sobetion


    haha!! Thanks very much ^___^

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  8. mypoorbrain


    Wow! Lovely!

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