Konica Minolta Monochrome VX 400: An Almost Extinct and Un-Revised Film10 11 Share Tweet
I’m writing this review driven by the feel of needing this film to be revised and published before its extinction. Therefore, you guys get the chance of trying it, and if you haven’t tried any yet, you may try finding it somewhere. Why did I say almost extinct? Well, this film, just like other Konica films, stopped being produced in March 2007. So, not only the stock is reducing constantly, and even if you find one, it’s expired for sure!
As I have said before, this is a monochrome prints film, which means that it gives you photos similar to black and white, but with the difference that you can develop in the same way as a color negative film, so it becomes cheaper and easier if you used to develop your film in a photo lab.
I got the first roll of this film from a friend of mine who found it at home, old and expired. Then I saw them in a photography store, also out of date, so they were really cheap, and I bought a few more. Now I have a stock of 2 or 3, and I’m planning to get more when I finish them since they have really reached and passed my expectations!
I hope you guys can find some rolls and have a try. If you do so, you can tell me what you think about it down here in the comments! Good luck!
This review was written by Community member fefo.
written by fefo on 2011-09-09 #gear #monochrome #35mm #review #konica #c-41 #b-w #lomography #konica-minolta #user-review #konica-monochrome-vx-400