KONO! films are based on obscure stock originally intended for shooting motion pictures, scientific purposes or anyplace else where photosensitive emulsions were used. Despite their outlandish origins all films were treated in a way that they can be developed at standard mini labs. The newest invention is a hybrid device called “Reanimator”, linking the digital to the analogue world on photographic films.
KONO Rotwild No. 2 is an experimental 35mm redscale film. It is a limited edition emulsion and can be shot from ISO 100 to ISO 400. With an exposure range like this, you can try different intensities of the redscale effect in all kinds of lighting conditions. This is a 36 exposure film, and uses C-41 processing.
- Color negative redscale film 35mm
- 36 exposure
- C-41 process.