Fantome Kino 8 is one of the two low ISO Lomo stocks. It has extremely high contrast and , low exposure latitude, and very fine grain. This film is best for daytime shooting but du to its very high contrast and lower exposure latitude we recommend paying very close to the light, avoid high contrast and trying to shoot in even well lit scenes. When shooting in daylight you can shoot handheld if you have a lens faster than f/2.8 but if you want to shoot at f/28 or higher you will need a tripod. When shooting with this film we recommend metering for the shadows/erring on overexposure.