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Lomography 35mm 36 Exposure 800 ISO film- 3 pack

4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
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  • Super-fine grain color negative.
  • Ultra-saturated with heavy blacks, cutting whites and insane colors.
  • High detail and super fast 800 ISO.
  • 24X36mm (35mm) 36 exposures
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Don't give up detail and saturation for speed. With Lomography's 800 ISO 35mm film you can get catch super fast action at very low light with astounding detail and exposure without all that graininess associated with high speed films.

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Product Dimensions 1.2 x 1.2 x 2 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001M5U77I
Item model number 35mm 36 exposure 800 ISO film
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4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Film Photography > Film Cameras > Point & Shoot Film Cameras
Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003

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I recently bought this film hoping for radical color effects for use with my Diana Mini. The results were surprising in that the film grain really is fine, and in fact very smooth images were taken. It may have been due to other factors but the colors weren't as fascinating as it may seem it should be. It is still very nice though. I've taken photos in a foggy setting amd they came out very blue and moody. In an indoor setting with lamps on the oranges and reds were quite pronounced. It's hard to believe they were taken on the same film! Be careful when and if you scan your negatives though. The numbering and print on the film makes it confusing. In fact, Costco printed the images completely backwards. That may be a case by case issue though. Anyways, this is a fun film to use and I would recommend it.
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This is one of the better deals on 800 ISO film. I am glad that Lomography still makes 800 ISO film because it is my favorite by them. The quality is pretty good and you don't need much light to get great shots!
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Not quite as bold in color as the 100 speed film, but works quite well with my old automatic cameras from the 80s and 90s. Great for actions shots and low light situations where you need fast film. For low light situations I still find that my old automatic camera with 800 speed film is better than digital, unless you can spend tons of $.
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By MandiCat on January 13, 2016
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I had issues with the roll that I ordered. I didn't realize until I went to use them months after the fact that there was something wrong with it and it was skipping frames. Disappointing, as this was the first problem I've had with Lomo film.
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Pictures did not have very good resolution, I used fujifilm for my last fish eye photographs and the colors were MUCH nicer & clearer so I would recommend youlook at fujifilm if you are purchasing film for a fisheye.
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I used this film for some indoor pics - sporting event inside. Those pics turned out pretty nice. There's some graininess to them, as you'd expect with an 800 speed film, but the grain isn't too bad. I liked the colors. I sent one roll for developing to a lab carrying the namesake of the film, and I wasn't impressed with the results from them - colors seemed messed up, like maybe they had stale developer ??? I sent two other rolls to a place on the west coast recommended by a film photography enthusiast show I found on the internet. Those were the pics I really liked, and if you can use a place like that, I think you'll like your results with this film, too.
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I tried this out because it was 800 ISO and it was cheap. I usually buy 96 exposures for about $15 dollars. This is a steal. The photos had no weird effect and they did not seem to be expired. I'll how the next roll is. Hopefully it's like the first one.
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Tried my first roll of this film. I researched the type of film that is in the canister as Lomography doesn't make their own film. The film I have is ferrania film rebranded as Lomography. I loaded the film in my P&S with manual controls. The film advanced great for the first 24 exposures. After that it would skip one or frames before i could take another image. I have used many other films in this camera so i don't think is the camera. Something about this film once it gets to that exposure #. I will be developing tomorrow and hope for some decent results even tho it may be only about 24 exposures instead of 36. I will update this review when I get the results.
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