Kosmo Foto Mono 100 - 35mm Film
Our Price: £7.00 GBP100054
Kosmo Foto Mono is a fantastic-looking 35mm film taking inspiration from East European graphic art and the Space Race to bring some Soviet excitement to our cameras!
This 35mm film ISO 100 is a long-established emulsion from a European film producer that will deliver black and white images with a beautiful grainy finish. Well-suited to sunny days and studio lighting, this B&W Kosmo Foto Mono is a very promising first outing from the brand.
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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 35mm B&W ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
I wasn't sure what to expect of this reskinned emulsion but found myself nicely surprised by it's moody look and quality, particularly regarding architecture and portraits.
I am by no means a professional and this was in fact the first roll of B&W film I've ever shot on my little Nikon Lite Touch, but I was utterly amazed by the contrast of the pictures that I shot. Mostly it was just out and about during lockdown in my local area but the photos make it feel like it's a different place. One of the favourite rolls I've ever shot and I'm keen to try again :)
This was only my second film so my opinion is hardly expert. I put it in a vintage Pentax S1a and pushed it to iso200. I suspect the canister suffered damage in transit to the developers because there was some random light ingress but the images that weren't affected were sharp and contrasty with a nice, noticeable but not obtrusive grain. I will be buying more.
This film gives me exactly what I want in a B&W roll: Great contrast, sharpness, and no wishy-washy grey tones that make the photo look flat. I also didn't use a light meter for this roll, yet the shots came out pretty good, so it's nice that the film is so forgiving. Very happy with the results, especially for the price