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Fantastic all around film

Rated 5 out of 5
July 25, 2022

Considering how expensive a lot of film is getting in general, but especially Kodak film stocks, Lomo 400 is now my absolute go-to color film. Really fantastic exposure latitude and beautiful color saturation. It seems to be very flattering on skin tones in particular and has a dreamy, sparkly sort of quality that really enhances photos. I now choose to shoot this over Ektar, particularly because Ektar HAS to be shot in bright daylight but also can be hard to find. Lomo 400 is much easier to shoot, has similar saturation, and is often cheaper and easier to find. Win-win. I am shooting on a Pentax K-1000.

Tim

MY FAV!!!

Rated 5 out of 5
July 13, 2022

I use an Olympus superzoom70 35mm point n shoot and lomo 400 produces warm images with richened colors and sepia tones in dark and night flash photos. Also great bang for its buck its one of the cheapest films on Amazon!

Jenny

Great value 400 speed colour film

Rated 4 out of 5
February 5, 2020

I tried Lomo 400 as a cheaper alternative to Portra and i wasn’t disappointed! The results are not quite as consistent but each roll is around half the price.

Lewis Day

Good film!

Rated 5 out of 5
January 15, 2020

Takes great pictures on sunny or overcast days. I liked its contrast and the colors were saturated the way I like without touching up the picture.

Iain Laurence

Rich color and contrast. A go to color film

Rated 5 out of 5
November 12, 2019

Lomography 400 is a personal favorite of mine. My digital photography is generally quite contrasty with rich saturation and I find Lomo 400 helps me achieve similar results but with a true ‘film look’ to the images. A subtle grain especially when shooting towards light adds a beautiful airy feel to shots. All in all its a film i would highly recommend if you want rich color and deep but controlled contrast. See ‘user photos’ for a couple of examples I shot as a test roll in a thrift store Canon AE-1

Toby Nolan

Economically Saturated

Rated 4 out of 5
September 19, 2019

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.

David Orr

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Rated 3 out of 5
August 15, 2019
Trevor Lee