kodak hc 110

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Amsterdam (Hasselblad 503, Kodak Tri-X 400) by alejandro lifschitz

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Paris (Hasselblad 503, Kodak Tri-X 400) by alejandro lifschitz

Film peeps… in case you didn’t realize…

Lomography Xpro 200 is the same film as Rollei CR200 is the same film as Adox Color Explosion is the same as at least 1 other e-6/xpro film.

Most of Lomography’s color films are Kodak Gold/Ultra except F2 which is Film Ferrania Solaris from 7 years ago.

Most of their black and whites are Shangai or Fomopan but I think one that is Tmax short ends.

Never buy PhotoWarehouse film. And unless you are using Kodak HC-110, avoid Kentmere. it’s Ilford’s “reject” film that didnt pass their inspection despite thier claims. In HC-110 it is nice and the grain is much less “in your face”.

You can never go wrong with Kodak’s BW films, be it TMax, Double X or TriX, and you can never go wrong with Any Fuji E-6 or Pro400H films.