Voigtländer Vchrome (35mm, 100 iso)


I found the Voigtländer Vchrome 200 in a photo shop in Germany and became really interested.

I didn’t expect much of it though, because it was quite cheap and I never heard anything of Voigtländer films. When I returned to Ireland and tried it out afterwards, I got it developed in C-41 chemicals. The results were amazing! I actually couldn’t believe how much I underestimated that film!

The colour shifts are evidently a notch higher from the usual, the turquoise hues are really unexpected and beautiful at the same time. About the contrast, it seems to have a crazy turn around too as you would assume from a cross-processed slide, but not to the point that will strain your eyes, it just has a smooth and suave texture to it.

If I had the chance to buy that film again, i would definitely buy loads of them, because I cant find them anywhere.. I recommend this film to everyone, who loves strong blue tones!

written by tsov on 2010-07-16 #gear #slide #35mm #review #voigtlander #x-pro #ireland #dundalk

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  1. cyan-shine
    cyan-shine ·

    Aaaah! Lucky you! Been searching for this film! :D Great results!

  2. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    i like the turquoise tone =)

  3. basterda
    basterda ·

    Agreeing with @cinzinc ^^

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