Lomopedia: Lomography Color Negative F²/400

Limited in quantity but not in quality, the Color Negative F²/400 was one of Lomography’s most sought after color negative films in recent times. It was the last batch of an original 400 ASA film made by a renowned Italian film manufacturer and was carefully stored for a more refined shooting experience. Cut up and packed into 35 mm film canisters, the F²/400 is ready for some spontaneous analogue action.

Lomography Color Negative F²/400

The Lomography F²/400 is a color negative film that gives our rich colors, fine texture, and unbelievable saturation that can be compared to slide films. It produces beautiful blue overtones that can liven up any day time shoot while still maintaining natural skin tone rendering. Details are also pronounced with the F²/400 -- making it incredibly useful even for still and portrait photography.

Rated at 400 ISO, this film is ready for quick shots and sunny days. Photographers would have to keep in mind to shoot with plenty of available light to experience the lush and vibrant colors that the F²/400 can dish out. Experiments are also welcome with the F²/400, resulting in surprising in-camera effects at ISO 200. There are plenty of options for the discerning shooter with this creative and widely-versatile color negative film.

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Technical Specifications

Film Type: Color negative
Exposures: 36
Development: C-41
Sensitivity: ISO 400
Format: 35 mm
Storage: It is recommended to store the film in a fridge (under 10°C/50°F)

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