Ding Ding! round 2:
So i bashed another roll of digibase in the lc-a to take it for another whirl to see what i could get, unlike last time i rated the ISO at 400 when previously i rated it at box speed 200 ISO. After X-Pro it would appear that the exposure is a much better balance. This film is said to be identical to Lomo Chrome 100 rebranded which is Kodak EBX rebranded but i feel its lost a certain quality that EBX possessed maybe its the emulsion i have no idea i feel as though the only way i can start blaming the camera is to process a C41 film at box speed and really put it to the test. I will conquer this camera and get the crazy colour shifts and huge contrast and vignetting this camera has been responsible for dominating the lomography world!Taken by chilledvondub with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Agfa Digibase CR200 film in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: sussex, horsham, unitedkingdom, tetenal, c41, processing, push, kodakrebrand, cr200, digibase, agfa, crossprocessing, xpro, zonefocus, toycamera, russian, ussr, gomz, lca, lc-a, and lomo. Date: 2013-01-14. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album ЛОМО́ LC-A: Go under and Push.