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    Lomography Branded Film.

    So while in a local boutique I stumbled across the Lomography section/display. Now I've no interest in the cameras at €70-€150. Already have a Holga and that's charm enough for me. However the lomo branded film seemed relatively good value.

    Any idea if this is just a rebranded 'fujifilm/kodak' or some other brand. Or is it an in house product? Wondering how to expose the film. How much over should I go.

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    put it in

    Put it in your camera and press the shutter? I suspect it's not re-branded Kodak. If it came out good, regular, normal they would be very disappointed methinks. That you found it whilst shopping in a botique should tell you something. Give it a try. It probably won't give you cooties.

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    Humm, it's either rebranded Kodak or Fuji. Did/does Fuji make an 800 speed 120 color film? I'm not aware of one.

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    It is easy to tell.

    If it says made in USA it is Kodak
    If it is made in Japan...
    If it is made in Ch... (note only the 120)

    It is all ok in my experience treat it like normal ISO.

    can't help with developing as I use Rodinal 20C 60 minutes 1+100 stand - I invert once at start.

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    And If made in Italy it is left over Ferrania.

    I have only used the "normal" color negative films myself and they work like normal C-41 film. As far as I can tell, the 100 speed 35mm is Kodak Gold 100 or maybe what they had called ProImage before it was discontinued. Haven't seen any Gold 100 in a while, though.
    All this has happened before, and all this will happen again.

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    Its lomo- treat it that way and have fun. Worrying about it is antithetical to the Lomography oeuvre. Just use it and have a good time and post your results!
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    I've read in several different places that Lomography use different sources film in different batches of the same brand product, so it can be Kodak Gold one time, and Fujicolor in another. I'd be interested to know where Lomochrome comes from though.
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    Yes lomography branded film is definitely all rebranded stocks from other suppliers

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHX View Post
    I've read in several different places that Lomography use different sources film in different batches of the same brand product, so it can be Kodak Gold one time, and Fujicolor in another. I'd be interested to know where Lomochrome comes from though.
    If you have the box it says

    ' made in xxxxx '

    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmas View Post
    If you have the box it says

    ' made in xxxxx '

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    Lomochrome is labelled "made in EU"

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