What film is Lomo 800?

What film is Lomo 800?

Hear this out loudPauseLomography offers this material in 35mm and 120. The images within this article were all shot on 35mm film. According to some internet reviews, Lomography 800 is rebranded Kodak material.

Is Lomo 800 discontinued?

Hear this out loudPauseLomography has taken to social media to reassure film photographers that it is not discontinuing its CN800 colour negative film.

Is Lomography film DX coded?

Hear this out loudPauseNote: Lomography is currently experimenting with new canister for this particular film, and the canister does not have DX-code. Most cameras would default to use ISO100 if there is no DX-code on the film. Please manually rate your shots at ISO400, or change your camera ISO setting to 400.

Do you need an ISO 800 for Lomography?

Quick shutters, small apertures, fast subjects and low lights call for a fast film but the last thing you want is to sacrifice your Lomographic colors and effects for a little extra speed. To all of you plastic and multi-lensers, dusk-til-dawners and hi-speed Lomographers—we’ve got you covered with Lomography Color Negative 800 35mm film!

Which is the color negative 800 for Lomography?

LomographyFilmsLomography Color Negative 800 ISO 35mmPhotos Film: Lomography Color Negative 800 ISO 35mm (available in our shop) TrendingRecentPopular

Which is better Lomography 800 or Cinestill 800t?

For night photography there is no question that Cinestill 800T is an amazing film. It offers the Cinestill halation look too where street lights glow that no other film can offer. Lomography 800 film performs well at night and offers a different colour pallete to Cinestill.

What kind of camera is used for LOMO 800?

I test 35mm Lomo 800 film with a Leica M4-P camera in Tenerife. For 120 Lomo 800 film I used two different medium format folding cameras. A Fuji GF670 using the 6×6 film format in the UK and a Fujica GS645 6×4.5 camera in Romania. (Cameras linked below).