Felling lucky? Expect the unexpected with Lucky Color 100 Super EXPIRED 35mm film.
This film is known for high definition, wide exposure latitude, and good physical characteristics. Due to its fairly low ISO, shoot Lucky Color 100 in daylight conditions or use a flash. Overall this film is great for all sorts of photography.
If possible, when shooting this film, be sure to go one or two stops down – increasing the numerical f-stop number.
Lucky Film Co was founded in 1958 in China. The company has produced consumer and industrial chemicals and photosensitive products including colour, black and white and X-ray film, magnetic audio and video tape and magnetic tape for credit cards and other electronic devices.
Expiry date: 2006-08