This is my review for an amazing colour from Lomography CN 100 shot with LC-A+ RL for day & night!
I bought a replacement camera for my LC-A+. The replacement was one with a Russian Lens. I’m totally in love with the warm colour that Lomography CN 100 is gives, looking at other Lomo members’ shot. So I give it a try by using LC-A+ RL. The colour, as I expected is warm and there’s not much hue. All the shots are still perfect until 7.30pm when the sky became a bit dark and there was less light resource around.
These are shots around daytime between 2pm to 4pm. ISO was set at 100. Multiple shots are good and it’s not grainy at all..
These were shot approaching dusk between 5pm-7pm. ISO was set at 200. Multiple shot are good and it’s not grainy at all..
These are shots taken after 7.30pm when there’s less nature light and supported by street lights and lights from buildings around. ISO was set at 200 as if I push to 400 I’m afraid it might be very grainy.
Therefore Lomography CN 100 can be used day and night, as long as you use flash if you’re surrounded by less light resource. Lomography CN 100 manages to retain the colour quality day and night so you can decide to multiple exposure some of your shots.
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