Kodak Ultramax 400


Looking for a cheap and vintage feel negative film for everyday use? It’s a 135mm film, colour negative and yields amazing washed out tones. Here it is, the Kodak Ultramax 400!

Bear with me as this is my first review on lomography. Hope fellow lomographers will enjoy reading this small little review! :)

This film has always been in my camera bag for almost every trip out and it never fail to impress me with its “tumblr” and “vintage” feel in the photos. It first caught my eye when I was at the photo lab because it was the cheapest film in store. Without any thoughts, I got it and here are the results!

Taken with my Konica C35 Automatic.

I went to try it out with my Holga 135BC too!

and in the night, it came out yellowish under indoors, taken with Holga 135BC.

Thanks for viewing and I’ll hope you’ll get a roll of Kodak Ultramax 400 soon too! :)

written by mrbryson on 2011-06-13 #gear #film #review #vintage #lomography #konica-c35 #kodak-ultramax-400 #user-review #requested #tumblr

Bringing an iconic aesthetic to square format instant photography, the Diana Instant Square fills frames with strong, saturated colors and rich, moody vignetting. Built to let your inspiration run wild, our latest innovation features a Multiple Exposure Mode, a Bulb Mode for long exposures, a hot shoe adapter and so much more! It’s even compatible with all of the lenses created for the Diana F+ so that you can shake up your perspective anytime, anywhere. No two shots will ever be the same. Back us on Kickstarter now!

One Comment

  1. mrbryson
    mrbryson ·

    why are there spams here?

More Interesting Articles