Lomography Fantôme Kino 8 35mm Film 36 Exposure

A perfect film for pinhole, striking portraits and gritty street scene snaps. With low ISO and small exposure latitude. This impactful black and white film will give you rich, low grain results with really strong contrast. The Fantôme Kino Film will bring scenes to life, and capture life’s most evocative moments in show-stopping black and white splendour.

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Lomography Fantôme Kino 8 35mm Film 36 Exposure

Lomography Fantôme Kino 8 35mm Film 36 Exposure. A perfect film for pinhole, striking portraits and gritty street scene snaps. With low ISO and small exposure latitude. This impactful black and white film will give you rich, low grain results with really strong contrast. The Fantôme Kino Film will bring scenes to life, and capture life’s most evocative moments in show-stopping black and white splendour.

 

Slow Speed

This film has a slow speed of ISO 8, so it is recommended that you use a camera and lens with manual controls for better control over your exposures. You should be able to manually adjust the shutter speed of your camera and aperture of your lens. Using a fast lens (maximum aperture of at least f/1.4 – f/2.8) is also recommended. This evocative emulsion can be developed both in the lab or at home with the standard black and white process and renders stunning effects with a variety of different developers.

 

Development

You can develop Fantôme Kino is a wide variety of film developers. Kodak HC-110 is a good choice if you want more detail and contrast in your shots because it will give Fantôme a punchier look, making the images really pop.
Ilford Ilfosol 3 can bring out the range of grey tones within the Fantôme ISO 8. This is perfect for moody themes and leans towards a more gloomy and dramatic aesthetic.
Fomadon R09 will produce rich black tones out of the frame, and the detail can be impressive too! A good choice for most photographic applications.

 

Lomography Kino

Check out the Lomography Kino films. All made from rolls of black and white cine film, there are a few to choose from: BabylonBerlin and Potsdam.

 

Film Photography

And, if you’re new to film check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography. Also have a look at our guides to ApertureShutter Speed and Film Speed.

 

Film Reviews

If you aren’t sure which film to pick next, then head over to our Film Reviews pages. We review the most popular films in the shop, as well as some new and lesser-known ones to see how they compare. You can find a list of all the films we have reviewed here.

Next up, have a look at How You Shoot. We like to see how you shoot the film you buy from us and feature some of our favourites on the site.

 

Develop Your Film

With a wide dynamic latitude, this triacetate-based film makes darkroom development of Lomography Potsdam Kino 100 35mm Film a breeze.
Tune your desired image style with different development techniques and bring your compositions to life with the quality they deserve.

If you would like to learn more about developing your own film, you should read our guide How To Develop Black And White Film. This will walk you through each step of developing film at home.

Also, check out How To Develop Film At Home for a list of everything you’ll need. How To Prepare Film Developing Chemistry will explain how to get your chemicals ready for processing. Once you’re ready to go, find your Black And White Film Developing Times.

You can explore further and look at How To Stand Develop Film and Pushing and Pulling Film.

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Film Development

Black and White

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Film Type

Negative

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