Lomography Colour Negative 400 - 120 Film
Now: £8.00 GBP
The best-selling Lomography medium format film, this 120 modern classic is versatile and colourful. Three rolls will keep you going all day!
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Lomography has been at the forefront of the analogue revolution for decades. Starting in 1992 with some Viennese students falling in love with the aesthetic of a particular Soviet camera (the iconic LC-A) - they founded a movement and a company that would introduce a new generation to the joys of plastic cameras and experiemental film. Periodically innovating new cameras for existing formats - and sometimes bringing back formats specially for their cameras! - they are vibrant and creative
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Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Lomography Colour Negative Film 120 Colour ISO 400 3-pack today and dive back into the fun of 120 film photography!
Lomo CN400 has become one of my favourite medium format stocks purely because of the price you pay for the results you get. Colours are saturated but accurate, skin tones come out looking natural and it has really good dynamic range. The grain is nice and the film gives very sharp images. The photos shown were taken using a Pentax 6x7 and Mamiya 645. I have had slight colour casts with long exposures however it was very minor and easy to correct. Some people have issues with the backing paper, so I've heard, however I've never had any trouble with it through the many rolls of Lomography 120 film I've shot. Definitely recommend for anyone experienced or new to shooting medium format. Don't underestimate Lomography's film stocks!
This was only the second film I have put through my vintage ebay rangefinder - The colours came out really nicely and captured the seaside lighting. Unfortunately it appears that I didn't get good enough tension as I unloaded the film so the edges of the last few frames got a little fogged.
Lomo 400 in 120 is a hit or miss situation... well at least when I used it.
The main problem I have is definitely the backing paper... it seems a bit thicker than usual and you can end up with a fat roll which results in some light leakage happening. This has happened regardless of how careful I am with both a Rolleicord and the RB67. Perhaps motorized spooling could solve the problems or just a different backing paper?
That's the end of the flaws to be honest..
Lomo 400 is a good film when you want a 400 speed film in medium format without blowing your pocket or bank account on Pro 400H or Portra 400. This film absolutely loves light, so I would reccon 1/3 over exposure or more, but doesn't hold up as well (in my opinion) with under exposure as it can become pretty muddy very quickly.
Nevertheless, in the right conditions, this film is a must have especially for portraits of family and friends.
There is no better than Lomography Colour Negative. Incredibly forgiving, wonderful colourful rendition and easily up there with your Portra films. Beautiful for street photography, mixed lighting conditions and portraits. Hardy enough for a beginner and satisfying enough for the advanced or professional user. I always keep a stock of 400 and 800, although 100 also works well pushed. But 400 is a great all rounder.
It is a great, universal film. You can use it for everyday snapshots (if you take them on a medium format camera), portraits or landscape. It has neutral, rather saturated colours and is more contrasty and grainy compared to Portra 400. People from Lomography know what they are doing as Lomo400 is a great choice for everyday shooting.