Actually, I would shoot test shoots on Lomo 100 over Kodak Gold 200. I like the warmer colors better, the price is cheaper, they comes in 3. Lomography does not produce film, and there are a grand total of… 2/3? companies that make film – so everyone thinks Lomo 100 is cheap Kodak Color Plus. Do not judge a film by its history or the price tag – and rank them based on the image produce.
Review: If Ektar did not exist, this would be my favorite film stock. I like the warmer colors, the price is cheap, they comes in 3. Shot them inside and outside, extremely versatile and flexible. I did not notice grains. Count me in if Lomo needs another contributor.