Lomography Metropolis - 120 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Kieron J. (Amersham, GB)
Absolutely my Favourite Colour Film!!

I have long loved this film in 35mm so when I got a 120 camera, Diana F+, it was a no brainer to try it in 120. The variable iso, 100 - 400, works perfectly with the Diana (as the camera has a rudimentary approach to aperture - either pinhole, sunny, a bit sunny or cloudy - so under exposure, which I've had when shooting a pure 100 iso film, is thankfully more difficult to achieve. The muted vintage tones also work brilliantly with the soft, dreamy focus.

In short I love this film in 35mm and absolutely adore it in 120, especially when shot with a Diana F+.

Jamie H. (Southampton, GB)
I love it.

I didn’t get back into film photography for its accuracy and detail, if I wanted that I would use my digital camera. I got into analogue photography for the imperfections and the colour shifts. Thats why I love this film. It looks like you’re taking a photo with a nostalgic filter on. Like you would imagine a 1990s developed film would be like. The reds and blues pop beautifully and the other colours almost disappear, I have bleach bypassed before and this is not unlike that. 120 obviously has less grain but the grain never bothered me anyway. Really recommend. Maybe not for weddings or events but for grungy portraits and street shoot definitely.

Jenny (Dundee, GB)
Great for cityscapes

I think I probably made the mistake of using this film for countryside landscapes. It might be better for urban/built up environments. Images came out duller than I expected even though it was a bright day -my error of judgement rather than anything to do with the quality of film.

Henrietta U. (Crawley, GB)
Blue tones

Pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this film, really enjoyed using it outdoors.

Frank (Southgate, GB)
One of my favourites

I have only good things to say about this film. The images I took with it were crisp and clear, the colours look lovely, it performs well both in direct light and in slight shade, though I haven’t tested it in properly dark conditions. If you like the look of the sample photos I’d definitely recommend giving it a try. Decent price for the quality and it definitely has a nice muted look to it that I haven’t seen in other colour films before. Really enjoyed it, will definitely be buying again.

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