Paradies 100 Diafilm
I found this film while searching for something on Flickr a while ago. It’s a pretty cheap slide film that’s only available at the German pharmacy dm. It’s a 100 speed slide film, and from the photos it looked as though it’d be a nice film to cross-process. So I headed into a pharmacy, bought a roll. It took me months to finish it, and yesterday I finally came around to scanning it. It has the mysterious marker CR100 on the negatives. Some information on the interwebs suggest it is some old Agfa film stock, or maybe new Precisa stock, who knows?
From the cross-processing though, it sure reminds me of Agfa film. I haven’t seen any other film so far that’s so close to the original colors while just saturating here and there. Quite odd, scratching my head a bit over here. If someone can shed some light on the mystery, please do.
In the meantime, here’s some shots I took with the Lomo LCA, as always shot at 200 speed, underexposing the film. Looks pretty nice if you ask me. All in all, it goes pretty well with the Lomo look. Might buy a couple more rolls and throw one in an SLR, just for fun and giggles.