The KONO! Donau from lomography is an Ultra-slow ISO 6 35mm film

Oct 20, 2015

The KONO! Donau from lomography is an Ultra-slow ISO 6 35mm film

Oct 20, 2015

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Looking for something new for your film camera? Look no further: Lomography have just announced a new limited-edition KONO! Donau 35mm film:

This limited edition, hand-rolled film is available in extremely limited quantities and only available through Lomography. Because Donau is made out of material used in post-production that isn’t typically used in cameras, it gives your photos a strikingly distinct look—grab your roll today and see the results for yourself!

Originally designed for the movie industry, where digital images were transferred to film in the post processing stages, the ultra-slow ISO rating of 6 allows for minutes of exposure in broad daylight, whilst the C41 Colour Negative Processing produces a distinctive blue cast for your images:





And what’s one of the first things that comes to your mind when you read the words “ISO 6” (besides “this is going to take a long time, best get my tripod…”)?

Light painting, obviously:


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If you are unfamiliar with Lomography, they are doing an amazing job of feeding our film photography passion, with an extremely comprehensive product line. Catering for both conventional and experimental photography, their shop is a threat for any photographer’s credit card. And a cause for long discussions with their significant other.

KONO! Donau is a 24 exposure film roll and is available in packs of 3 for $38 (€35) from the Lomography Shop.

[KONO! Donau 6 iso 35 mm CN film 3-pack, via Photo Rumors]

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One response to “The KONO! Donau from lomography is an Ultra-slow ISO 6 35mm film”

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    Thiago Pereira

    Do not know what happened but I guess the midia did its job. The film is not US$64 for a 3 pack.