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Lomography Berlin Kino B&W Film Released

Lomography has released an updated version of the popular Black & White Berlin 400 film formula.

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Lomography Berlin Kino B&W Film Released

 

The release of 2019 Berlin Kino B&W film is part of an analogue film renaissance that doesn't seem to be slowing any time soon. 


Available in 35mm or 120 formats, the Berlin Kino B&W film is a refined formula that retains excellent levels of detail in both shadow/light which Lomography says gives the user the opportunity to achieve the look of silent era cinematic imagery or emotive, bold, contrasting aesthetics.

"The 2019 Berlin Kino B&W also delivers astonishing attention to detail, allowing photographers to highlight the subtleties that would have otherwise been lost and to tell stories that may otherwise not have been told," says Lomography. 

Berlin Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 400 2019 film sample photo

Berlin Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 400 2019 film sample photo

 

Available from the Lomography Online Shop and global Gallery Stores, the formula will initially be released in 35mm format for £39.50 as a pack of 5 rolls (£7.50 per roll) with the 120 format following at a later date. Stock will be limited. 

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pablophotographer 8 1.3k 352
9 Oct 2019 8:34PM
Attractive price.
Not so sure about the grain though.
Let's hope one of the film forefathers will use it here and tell us about it...

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pablophotographer 8 1.3k 352
10 Oct 2019 2:30AM
To be fair, I have visited the lomography site and seen that the film can have smoother grain if developed by different chemicals. Worth testing dudler...
Just saying.
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