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Kono Original Moonstruck 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kono! Original Moonstruck is a 35mm Color Negative Film reanimated with the help of a bag full of moonlight.

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Kono Original Moonstruck 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kono Original Moonstruck is a 35mm Color Negative Film reanimated with the help of a bag full of moonlight.
Created by hand using “The Reanimator”- a device developed by KONO! High-quality pre-exposed process for great results. Any mini-lab will be able to process and scan KONO! films. Develop in C-41 chemistry. This is a 200 ISO speed film, with 24 exposures.


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Film Type

Negative, Special Effects

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