This film has fine grain, especially when cross-processed in C41. And if you use a Lomo camera, maybe the LC-A or the LC-Wide, the results will be more interesting with strong vignettes in your pictures!
The *Agfa CT Precisa 100* is my favorite slide film just because the price is relatively cheap. Actually, I’m very interested in the previous Agfa CT Precisa, which expired between 2008 to 2009. This film has a color that tends to blue instead of green as seen in the new one. But whatever the color might be, it’s still very interesting for me!
I tried it for first time last year in Singapore with my Canon FTb. Maybe the color is a bit strange because this film was scanned in color negative mode, not in color slides.
When I had more time in Jakarta last month, I loaded the other Agfa CT Precisa on my Lomography Sprocket Rocket. I really love the results.
They’re not too green and looked natural. I really need to scan the negative with the DigitaLIZA, but instead I use my DSLR to scan the negatives then invert them in Photoshop! What a cool idea!
The color of the old Agfa Precisa just reminds me of the days when I first got interested in Lomography! If you have more stock of this old film emulsion, please contact me.