With a film speed of ISO 100 and yield of 36 exposures, the Potsdam Kino Film is perfect for sunny days, as well as any scene that needs attention to detail, fine grain, and subtle contrast. Just take a look at the sample photos below to get an idea on how “poetic” its photos can be. Considering that this is a cinema film of sorts, it makes a whole lot of sense to shoot with it in a studio and with constant lighting. Because of this, you’ll get an added cinematic effect. Like the Berlin Kino Film, you’re also getting a wide dynamic latitude with the Potsdam Kino Film. This means you’re free to experiment with self-developing, if that’s your thing. Lomography has put together a Potsdam Kino B&W Cookbook to help you get the most out of this new emulsion, from shooting to developing, and printing. Eager to get your hands on this new film? It’s currently on pre-order at the Lomography Shop as a bundle of five rolls priced at $39.50. Delivery is estimated for April or May 2019, so go ahead and secure your rolls now to make sure you get them on time.