Here is our Lomography Color Negative 400 Film Review. We shot a roll of Lomograpy 400 in our Yashica T4. So, have a look at our film test and see what you think.
Alongside Lomography’s special effects film, they make ‘normal’ colour negative film. These are good alternatives to Kodak and Fuji, especially when colour film is hard to come by. We decided to give the 400 ISO film a go. So, for our Lomography Color Negative 400 Film Review, we put a roll in our Yashica T4 and took it out around Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Lomo 400 is a flexible film with very pleasing colours and a balanced range of tones. Considering Lomography is known for its “out there” colours and effects, this is a surprisingly low-key film, in the best way. It handled both bright sun and overcast skies equally well. With loads of detail in the shadows, as well as the highlights.
We think the colours are great too! True to life but ever so slightly muted. Along with the nice, even contrast, these images have a really lovely feel to them.
Overall, we were super pleased with the results and will be using Lomo 400 again. Also, we now want to try out the 100 and 800 ISO versions.