Yodica Callisto Film 35mm Colour ISO 400

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Peter T. (Navan, IE)
Perfect for: Landscapes
Great with blue skies

It takes a lot to overcome the pre-exposed colours, I was aiming for more of a subtle finish with my shots. I took a few shots directly into sunlight and the colour was almost completely gone but still visible. This was my first time using any Yodica film so I shot it with the aim of working out how much latitude I would have when shooting again to have more or less of the pre-exposed colours remaining. For the subtle look I want to achieve I will overexpose by up to 1 stop, the film range seems to be good. This red green colour combination gives more pleasing results when combined with blue skies or watery backgrounds.

Miriam (Sheffield, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Glorious technicolour

I adore the shots I got from this film. They were taken on a really bright day so instead of the very bold hues in the promo photos what I got back were really heightened pinks and greens in the image, almost like an old Hollywood film shot “in glorious technicolour”. Some of the shots I took upside down to invert the pink/green since I was shooting pink cherry trees and green grass, and all of them came out bloomin’ lovely.

Jonathan (Cannock, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture
First pre exposed film ive had success with

Having used many of these pre-exposed colour films, this is the 1st one which has given me results straight away without any post processing. However the colours were not as vivid as the promotional photographs. The colour effect was consistent across the film, but as I shot this film on a Lomo Diana 35mm I had hoped for exposed sprockets, but Yodica only exposed the traditional size of a 35mm negative. Overall I was pleased that this pre-exposed film actually gave me some colours.

Julie H.
Fresh and vivid photos

This film gave varying degrees of colour depending on light...the green and pink were much more vivid in shade, indoors and on cloudy days. Blue skies ranged from a subtle pale pink to a more vivid cerise and violet. The green section of the film produced green blue sea, and just the lightest wash of green (slightly yellow?) on bright sunny days.
I loved this film and can't wait to try it again.

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