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Lomography Launches New Black & White Berlin 400 35mm Kino Film

Mike Bishop - 10 months ago

Analogue supremos, Lomography, has announced a brand new black & white photographic film, which promises a cinematic look for your photography. The Lomography Black & White Berlin 400 35mm Kino Film.

Lomography Black and White Berlin 400 35mm Kino Film

Billed as ‘a Legendary roll of German cine film that’s been re-born for still photography’, Lomography, the film harks back to a time when the ‘New German Cinema’ was sweeping through Berlin in the 1960s.

This new film from Lomography’s has been derived from a roll of cine film that’s been produced by a legendary German company, long since known as having been changing the face of cinema since as long ago as the early 1900s.

Originally manufactured to produce stark monochrome films, the beautiful black & white characteristics lend a timeless effect to cinematic scenes. This launch from Lomography means that whether you’re new to analogue photography or even a seasoned film photographer, you’ll be well equipped to produce rich
black and white pictures with this film.

Lomography Black and White Berlin 400 35mm Kino Film

Pricing and availability

This new Lomography B&W Berlin Kino Film will cost
just £7.90 and is available to pre-order from Lomography

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