Potsdam Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 100
Potsdam Kino B&W
35 mm ISO 100
- Take your poetic license into the great outdoors
- Low light sensitivity of ISO 100
- Panchromatic emulsion with fine grain
- High density and dynamic range
- Great for detailed landscape and portrait photography
Produces distinct results with different development processes.
Lomography Film Guide including development chart, storage instructions and shooting tips to help you achieve great results.
A legendary roll of German cine film reborn for still photography.
High dynamic range for rich blacks and bright whites with a glorious range of grey tones in between.
Available in 35 mm and 120 format for multiformat monochrome masterpieces.
A panchromatic emulsion well-suited to the creative use of color filters and different developers.
High density for rich blacks and bright whites.
The triacetate-based Potsdam Kino Film is designed for scenes that require an attention to detail, as well as sunny environments. Resulting images have a fine grain structure making this what Lomography calls a 'poetic film'.— DPReview
Fine grain and high contrast for great results shooting detailed tasks in bright environments.
Easy to develop both in the lab or at home with the standard black and white process.
If black and white film stock were a poem, it would be Lomography Potsdam Kino.— Shoot It With Film
It has some really nice punchy blacks to it, but at the same time, you can scan it very flat and still get a ton of information in both the highlights and the shadows.Matt Day
The midday sun pours across Sanssouci Park lawns, the ghosts of Prussian kings meander through the historic market squares and Babelsberg film studio – once known as Europe’s Hollywood – reverberates with bygone fame. Potsdam Kino B&W Film freezes life’s most meaningful moments in gorgeous greyscale.
Potsdam Kino is the second member of the Lomography B&W Kino Film Family – our very special collection of multiformat monochromes. Inspired by the New German Cinema sweeping through Europe in the 1960s, our Kino Films are extracted from rolls of cine film produced by a legendary German company that has been changing the face of cinema since the early 1900s. Originally used to make moody monochrome movies, their gorgeous black and white tones lend a timeless aesthetic to every shot.
Just like its bigger brother Berlin, our original Potsdam Kino has developed over time – as German cinema evolved to meet the innovative spirit of its founding fathers, so too did our film formula. Refined and brimming with timeless beauty the 2019 formula of Potsdam Kino will imbue your shots with poetic allure.
Black and White film is perfect for self-development at home – check out the Potsdam Kino Film Guide for more information. With an ISO of 100, Potsdam Kino B&W Film is a brilliant option for bright environments and detailed tasks. Delivering less grain, more contrast and a higher density than Berlin, Potsdam Kino B&W Film renders scenes in an even broader range of moody monochrome tones. Potsdam Kino B&W Film can produce distinct yet equally stunning results with different filters and development processes. Explore the great outdoors and capture all the details of the day with this truly outstanding emulsion.
You can use any B&W Film Developer with this film. If the specific developing time you are looking for is not provided in our Film Development Guide then we suggest you use the standard developing time and dilution stated on the developer instructions. Just remember that using the standard developer times is always a bit of an experiment – but hey, that’s half the fun.
- One roll of Potsdam Kino B&W 35 mm ISO 100 film
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