Lomography CN 400 (35mm, 400 iso) User- Review


“Be Careful What You Wish For” – this is what was written on a small note I received from my fiancée one Saturday afternoon. It was supposed to be an early prediction for our yearly Christmas gift surprises

We ought to give each other a hint or clue on what we want as a Christmas gift. Days before that, I was ranting on people showing off their film stocks on their fridges. Being new to Lomography during that time, jealous thoughts kick me up big time!

What do you know? – a whole Lomo color film package from Lomography.com surprised me one Christmas morning! I’ve been good all year and my Santa just rewarded me a whole lotta’ lovin!

Lomo CN 400 produces sharp color tones, with a little pinch of the right grains making your photos as classic as possible. This film is good for quick family snaps and close-up portraits. Cloudy outdoor shots will get you pimped to use this film. Subtle landscape and skyscape colors are very well captured, even with low-light climate conditions. You don’t even have to worry having anhy underexposed photos later. Go get your Lomo CN 400 and snap some quick ones now!

Remember the first line? Be Careful What You Wish For. Gotcha!

written by panelomo on 2009-09-05 #gear #review #film-review #cn #400iso #lomo-film #panelomo


  1. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    what location were the beach shots? and that cave shot is awesome =)

  2. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    @cinzinc - boracay! =)

  3. stouf
    stouf ·

    Nice portraits !

  4. fivedayforecast
    fivedayforecast ·

    Is this an original film that Lomography makes or is it some other film that they package again?

  5. timbolionfilm
    timbolionfilm ·

    @fivedayforecast Yeah, want to know that too. Well, 78HKD for 3 rolls of film....doubt it's their own.

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