Film Showcase Lomography Color Negative 400

Bobitybob

Regular
Jan 4, 2014
Home of the Lady Wufruna
Bob
Lovely stuff, number 2 is a great photo!
I tried the 100 ISO version in the Agfa Isolette - see here - it's also very nice.
Thank you for your kind comment.

Rumour has it that this film is rebadged Fuji Superior 400 but who knows. If it is, it may ultimately disappear in this version as again this article This is why Fujifilm and AgfaPhoto stops making film despite the fact that demand is higher than ever - Finegrain. - ENGLISH VERSION states that Fuji have not produced any new film for a few years and are working there way through a warehouse full of frozen stock.

Either way, I've never tried the 100 ISO version but will look some out.
 

theoldsmithy

Hall of Famer
Jan 7, 2013
Cheshire, England
Martin Connolly
Thank you for your kind comment.

Rumour has it that this film is rebadged Fuji Superior 400 but who knows. If it is, it may ultimately disappear in this version as again this article This is why Fujifilm and AgfaPhoto stops making film despite the fact that demand is higher than ever - Finegrain. - ENGLISH VERSION states that Fuji have not produced any new film for a few years and are working there way through a warehouse full of frozen stock.

Either way, I've never tried the 100 ISO version but will look some out.
I'd be surprised, to be honest, I think Superia has deeper blacks. But I may be wrong, I often am!
 

jssaraiva

Top Veteran
Dec 31, 2014
Porto, Portugal
José
I believe this is a Kodak emulsion. However I find it hard to match Portra tones. Some rumors suggest this has the Portra base, but I have trouble with portraits on this film. Can it be a Color Plus base?
 
Last edited by a moderator:

jssaraiva

Top Veteran
Dec 31, 2014
Porto, Portugal
José
Interesting to see that when there is a shortage of Portra 400 (as we are seeing on the last few weeks) there is also a shortage of Lomography CN 400.
 

theoldsmithy

Hall of Famer
Jan 7, 2013
Cheshire, England
Martin Connolly
Olympus XA2, lab dev, self scan with Vuescan and Lightroom. The interesting buildings are at Biddulph Grange garden, a fascinating little National Trust property in North Staffordshire.

Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 

Latest threads

Top Bottom