Kosmo Foto has been on a bit of an unscheduled break the last few weeks due to problems with my host provider. Apologies for the lack of posts; two weeks is a long time in blogging.
To kick things off, here’s the latest in the Kosmonauts series – Michael Binegar from the US.
Where are you from?
How long have you been shooting film?
Started in 2012 when I bought a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye.
What cameras do you shoot on?
Currently my main cameras are a Nikon F5 and a Zeiss Ikoflex 1a.
What other films do you like using?
HP5, Kodak Ultramax 400, Portra 400.
What are your thoughts about Kosmo Foto Mono?
I loved this film, I developed it in Rodinal. I loved the contrast and how crisp it looks.
What films would you like to see on the market?
I would love to see more slide films come back in stock.
Many thanks Michael!
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