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Lomography has announced LomoChrome ’92 Sun-kissed, an ISO 400 film intended to evoke nostalgia for the film look of the 1990s.

Lomography says the new film, featuring soft orange and yellow hues, is designed to capture the essence of the golden-hour glow. According to the company, the latest film is a follow-up to its LomoChrome Color ’92 film stock introduced last year.

“The gentle crackle of a beloved mixtape fills the air, mingling in the sweet, languid embrace of a carefree summer’s afternoon,” reads Lomography’s marketing copy. It goes on to state that the film offers cinematic blues and oranges under bright skies and vivid reds in shadier conditions.

Like all LomoChrome films, Lomography says that each production run is unique, with no two emulsions ever being the same.

LomoChrome ’92 Sun-kissed is available in 35mm, 120 and 110 formats and requires C-41 processing. It’s available for pre-order on the Lomography website; a 36-exposure roll in 35mm format retails for $12.90, while the 120 version sells for $11.90 and a 24-exposure 110 cartridge sells for $8.90.

Sample images provided by Lomography