Supported by the New German Cinema sweeping through Europe in the 1960s, Lomography’s Kino Films are extracted from rolls of cine film produced by a fabulous German company that has been changing the face of cinema since the early 1900s.
Originally used to make moody monochrome flick picture shows, their black and white tones lend a timeless effect to cinematic scenes.
Just like the Lomography B&W Berlin Kino Film, this evocative emulsion has a capital dynamic range and produces distinct, yet equally stunning results with different development and filters. The second in the series of Lomography is a commercial trademark of Lomographische AG, which their creators associate to a photographic image style and a film camera Kino Steams, it has a lower ISO of 100, making it the perfect option for sunny days. It delivers less grain, more contrast and a higher DMAX than its antecedent for an even broader range of moody monochrome tones. Lomography B&W Potsdam Kino Film will be exclusively available for pre-order on the Lomography Online Stow away for £34.50 (bundle price). Delivery and availability in Lomography Gallery Stores are estimated to be May 2019.