Lucky SHD 100 is a well-recommended, easy-on-the-pocket yet highly distinguishable film. Sorry if my statement is overrated but that is my personal opinion and a lot of others think so too. I’m sure after trying this film, you’ll back my statement too. Truly, the Lucky 100 B&W film does not disappoint.
I fell in love with this black and white film the first time I used it. I’ve tried this film on Diana F+ installed with the 35mm Back and also a rangefinder camera, the Yashica Electro GSN. Both cameras didn’t disappoint me, and the film is also quite good.
Now, the Lucky 100 black and white film is available at a very low price. You shouldn’t expect much but it is a tough competitor to other more costly black and white films. You should consider giving it a shot! I’m sure after your first roll, you’ll be stocking up several more of this film. It is a 100 ISO film, so, I hope you know what that means. Yes, it’s not recommended for shooting night shots if you do not own a camera with shutter speed settings or a bulb mode. Last but not least, here are a few of my shots using my Diana F+ installed with the 35mm Back.
And here are some of my shots taken using the Yashica Electro GSN, a rangefinder camera.
Hope you guys are satisfied with my shots. And please do post photos of yours taken using this film and share it with me. Get lucky with Lucky SHD 100 black and white film!
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