An inexpensive color negative film that has good exposure latitude, strong contrast, and rich color. Its 400iso makes it very versatile and the grain is noticeable but pleasant looking. It’s a great film for point-n-shoots and everyday shooting.
Lomography Lomo 400 - Film Review
Affordable and full of saturation. Great for pushing and pulling, lots of latitude. Because of its affordability, it is a great film to experiment with in either 120 or 35 mm.
Images shot with Lomo 400
This camera, along with the rest of the Simple Use cameras has some major differences than common disposable cameras- they can be reloaded with film and used multiple times which is super cool, they also have 36 exposure compared the rest which is only 27 exposures, and they have flash gels which can give you a wide range of unique flash effects. The Lomo 400 cold comes with Lomography’s 400 color negative film has decent exposure latitude, relatively fine grain, and very pleasant tones. The plastic optics produce a slightly softer image but a much more unique look than the traditional Kodak & Fuji cameras. It also cost more than most disposable cameras but if you plan on reloading it will be much more cost-effective than buying a bunch of single-use cameras.