The European analog photo company Kono! has joined forces with the mobile-app Dubble to produce a new range of 35mm film, created as a response to the “global resurgence of film photography.”
Kono! is already known for being rather creative with film, having developed an ISO 6 film back in 2015.
The two new 35mm films are called Dubblefilm Moonstruck and Dubblefilm Sunstroke. They’re not actually brand new film, though. The Phoblographer reports that they are 24-exposure rolls of Kodak-based films that have been pre-exposed to achieve their unique effects.
Sunstroke has been “reanimated with light leaks,” this effect you get when a faulty camera allows unwanted light to seep into the film and cause unpredictable results.
Here are some examples of the Sunstroke film effect:
Moonstruck, on the other hand, produces “exceptional and unconventional colors.” With varying shooting conditions, the perceived effect will also be different between shots.
Here are some examples of Moonstruck at work:
The films both require a C-41 process in the darkroom, so pretty much every lab will be able to process the rolls for you.