A year after the release of Lomography Color Negative F² 400, the film is now being released in 120 format.
The 400-speed film – believed to be cold-stored Ferrania Solaris 400 – is available for pre-order now. In 2017, a limited-edition 35mm version was released.
A press release from Lomography UK reads: “After snapping up some rare film in 2010, Lomography left it to age – letting time work its magic.
“This precious emulsion was kept in ideal conditions, uncut and lovingly stowed away. When
Lomography reopened it, it discovered something extraordinary: a film that produced X-Pro effects and gorgeous Tungsten overtones.
“Creatives everywhere rushed to grab a pack of this exclusive 35mm film — and it sold out in the blink of an eye.
“Now, one year later, Lomography is unveiling a new brilliant batch on 120 format, ready to charm medium-format photographers all over the world.
“The F² 400 120 is available in extremely limited quantities in the Lomography Online Shop, or in Gallery Stores worldwide for as little as £7.90.”
The film is the latest in a series of specialist films released by the Austrian outfit, who popularised cross processing and shooting with expired films in the 1990s.
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