Our Life With Lomography CN 100

The slowest color negative film from Lomography, rated at ISO 100, the Lomography CN ISO 100 comes in pack of 3 films for best results and fine grain. Here’s a review telling you why you should give it a try!

Lomography Colour Negative 100 35mm film is a cheap and good quality film. There’s a lot to say about this film but I think nobody cares about words. They only want to see results.

This color negative film is best for using in sunny days because it’s a medium speed film, rated as 100 ISO. Trust me, I’ve used this film for a while and it’s the best for everything, especially long exposures. I did a lot of night shots with this film and I can say it’s perfect even for exposures over 1 minute like moon shots or so.

It’s a fine grain film, ready to be loaded in every 35mm camera. The results are awesome. Even the sprockets come out nice when shooting with a Sprocket Rocket. Nevertheless, it’s a great film because it’s made by the Lomographic Society.

Given the fact it’s a cheap way of shooting film, I bought many rolls of this film and have shot almost all of them. Other than the name, its capability of being developed in C41 process makes this film very common in our Lomographic circle and is more and more used by lomographers. I totally recommend this film for everybody how wants to experiment with the exposures and with different light conditions.

Use Lomography Colour Negative 100 35mm film and you’ll be guaranteed images dripping with vivid colours, smooth grain, and fine resolution. Paired with a flash or under bright sunlight, this film will deliver breathtaking results. See our selection of Lomography films here.

written by pvalyk on 2012-01-09 #gear #film #negative #35mm #review #color #color-negative #100 #lomo #lomography #iso #user-review #requested

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