Analog camera and film specialist Lomography has unveiled Kono Donau, a new 35mm film with an ISO rating of 6. You read that correctly. This ultra-slow film joins a series of experimental and creative analog films from the company, which bills Kono Donau as ‘one of the highest resolutions ever found in a color negative film.’ Designed for long exposures, Kono Donau was never intended for in-camera use but rather to bring digital images into movie footage in post-production. Its ultra-slow ISO requires minutes of exposures, affording  plenty of experimental opportunities for light-painting — both during the day, when it will emit retro-inspired blue tones, and at night. Check out these…

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