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The Sunpet is a super cheap 1960's plastic Diana knockoff. These type of cameras seem to consistently underexpose this old VPL film (C-41) and give an intense blue when reverse processed in E-6 chemistry. When I ran some through the Holga it was the same type of effect.

clickiemcpete Taken by clickiemcpete with a Sunpet 120 loaded with Kodak Vericolor VPL film in Turners Falls, MA, United States. These tags describe this photo: process, cross, reverse, e-6, and underexposed. This photo can also be found in the album Sunpet Can Turn Day Into Night.

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