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Agfa Vista 100 ISO Plus: An Unexpected Meeting!

This film is made in Japan as the packaging says. It was was my great savior on my recent trip to San Pedro with its ISO 100 and the great sun that accompanied me. Throughout my stay it made my trip something to capture in a photo.

It had been two days of my stay in San Pedro de Atacama, where I went to take crazy pictures with my Fisheye 2 and slide film, until I finished! Just the other day I was on tour at the Geyser tatio.

So while I thought I went for a spin to see if I could find a roll of film to buy. I went round and a round until I found what I wanted, a roll and a brand of film that I had never tried it but I had heard of it. I bought it and I was happy with my Fisheye and the new roll film for the tour.

After finishing the roll, I did not know how the colors of photos would come out. So there was great excitement that went on with the reveal. He opened the envelope I was fascinated that the photos were beautiful! The fact that the early start was not so sunny, so it is was not affected by the light flash but then when I was spending the day and the sun came up, it was perfect!

I was very surprised and now I return to San Pedro to buy more rolls of it hahaha: D

written by gaabi and translated by mightymouse


  1. gaabi


    thanks for the traduction =)

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  2. istionojr


    Why the european films produced in asian factory? Just wondering it will miss their compartment of the european style, won't it?

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