I shot half this roll with a very old Kodak Duaflex camera and half on the Diana F+ The shots of the buildings were on the Duaflex and the shots of the girls were on the Diana. It was my first time using the Duaflex and I didn't know what the shutter speed was or the F-stop. I assumed it was 1/30 F11 based on what I read online. Although after this roll was shot I took the camera into a camera shop and they said the shutter is probably closer to a 1/25. These were taken around sunset. When I use this camera again I'll probably use 100 or 50 speed film and shoot in the afternoon.
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