We've kept quiet about our new project KIRO for a while and now we are so excited to share it with you! Kiiro or KIRO is the newest adaptation and evolution of our IRO (色 / Iro meaning colour in Japanese) series film. The reason it is called KIRO is that the latest emulsion has a warmer/yellow tone (KIRO meaning yellow in Japanese). Thus with different, warmer colour emulsion, we have KIRO! KIRO is an iso 400 colour negative film with 27 exposures. The packaging is specially designed by the talented graphic designer Edmund Li aka @edmund, who is an analogue enthusiast from Malaysia. We hope you like it as much we do! www.kiro.filmneverdie.com
Can I use KIRO 400 in point and shoots?
Yes! Most cameras will have no problem at all. Although it does lack DX coding, most point and shoots will shoot it at the default iso of either 100 or 200.
Does it come with a keyring?
Yes! Included in each box is a keyring to turn your used canisters into a keychain.
Film Type: Colour Negative Film Format: 35mm ISO: 400 Exposures: 27 Development Process: C-41
Sample Photos By: Wei Wei, Gary Wong, Timothy Treasure