For those of us who love our film cameras trying to find a decent Iso 100 colour film is very much a needle in haystack as outside of slide film you only have Ektar 100 which is quite expensive for everyday usage. While for its speed Fuji's Superia 200 is very good, it lacks the colour saturation of a proper 100 film, the sort we bought be it from Jessops (their own rebranded Agfa) or Konica's Vx100 cheaply in the past and so while regretting that I thought I'd try Lomo's offering with my Minolta XD7 (aka XD II) and a 50mm F1.7 fixed length lens. I have to say the results speak clearly for themselves, apart from the low grain we'd expect of such a slow film, the contrast range captured was better and the colour saturation noticeably improved on the Lomo film submitted to Photo Hippo Ltd, Burnley lab. I'd happily recommend this Iso 100 colour print film to any amateur who wanting a very high quality film for around £3/3.50 per roll in a three pack as it's the best quality available for the money right now.
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