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Lomopedia: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 35mm

Another film that's gone too soon, X-Pro Chrome 100 was the standard color slide film for positively colorful Lomographs! Developed in C-41 chemicals, it intensifies hues and makes everything more vibrant and vivid without going overboard!

Why live a life less colorful? Why settle for less, when you could be living the color dream and shooting on new Lomography Xpro Chrome 100? When cross-processed, it brings out vibrant reds, greens and blues without oversaturation. Expect nothing less than intense color and piercing clarity when developed as a slide and its amazing value using original chrome material. This quality film gives you flexibility and fine-grain while yielding braggable results however you choose to develop it. While now discontinued, there are many more delectable Lomography X-Pro Chrome film variants available.

Tech Specs:

  • Type: Color reversal/slide film
  • ISO: 100
  • Exposures: 36
  • Developing: cross-process in C-41 (available at most one-hour photo labs) or E6
  • For use with all 35mm cameras
  • From legendary AgfaPhoto CT Precisa 100 and Kodak Elite Chrome 100

See more photos shot on Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 film and read up on Lomographer Reviews in the Magazine!

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written by denisesanjose

3 comments

  1. denisesanjose

    denisesanjose

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  2. japsix

    japsix

    @denisesanjose thanks so much for including my shots))) this is my most beloved film!!! do you know, when it'll be in stock again? i can't live without this film!!

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  3. roxanneross

    roxanneross

    bring it back!! please!

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