Kosmo Foto Mono 100 - 120 Film
To celebrate the launch of Kosmo Foto Mono 100 in 120 film we interview Stephen Dowling, the man behind the brand. Read it here!
Kosmo Foto Mono is a beautiful film - in both its branding and the images it captures! Kosmo Foto takes inspiration from East European graphic art and the Space Race to bring some Soviet excitement to our medium format cameras cameras! This 120 film is a long-established emulsion from a European film producer and will give you black and white images with a gorgeous grainy finish.
Well-suited to sunny days and studio lighting, a fantastic addition to the brand after the success of the 35mm version.
To understand more about the details above you can check out our film guide or if you want some inspiration then head over to our page on choosing your next film. And if you want the full details about the film, including technical information, read about Kosmofoto Mono over on EMULSIVE.
Kosmo Foto began life as blog (previously called Zorki Photo) in 2012 and quickly gained a big and loyal following thanks to the original and interesting content. Fast forward a few years and they are taking a front seat in the resurgence of analogue photography, producing their first film (Mono) - a rebrand of a less-well-known emulsion - in 2017. Sales have been strong and we hope to see much more of this brand in the coming years!
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Kosmofoto
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 Kosmo Foto Mono Film 120 B&W ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of medium format film photography!
There is no real issue with this film except it's Fomapan. For the sake of a few extra pounds and a nice box do you need to go there. The film is fine and has some charming characteristics but for film sake... why? Definitely for hipsters...
I ordered this film back in December, and got around to using it just now during the UK lockdown. I used it for some documentary shots indoors, and it is now one of my favourite films. The film has great contrast and works well in the scenarios I put it in, and I even pushed the ISO on some (due to low lighting indoors) to 800 which still resulted in strong images. If you use the natural light you are given just right, the shots are stunning and sharp. I just ordered two more rolls and I am looking forward to trying it outside for landscapes or more documentary shots.
I like the this film. It's a good all rounder and one to cut your teeth on. If you get the light right you can end up with some great sharp images and good contrast.
If you're off the mark though the photos can end up a little flat and grainy.
Depends how you shoot and what you're after but I do enjoy shooting this.