Film & Film Cameras

Lomography Introduces F²/400 120 Film, Aged “Like a Fine Wine”

June 6, 2018

Lomography is introducing another limited edition F²/400 film, this time in a 120 format.

In 2010, the company bought a jumbo roll of film and let it to age in Hungary.

The first edition of film from the jumbo roll, released last year, was a 35mm format. The new 120 film is cut from the same roll and delivers an “X-Pro feel and gorgeous tungsten overtones” according to Lomography. You can view some sample images from the film here.

Lomography says that, due to its age, the F²/400 likes more light than your standard 400 ISO film, so be sure to shoot it in bright conditions.

The new film is available now in limited quantities with prices starting at $9.