Saturated colors, and and even contrast even with multiple exposure shots. The Agfa CT Precisa is simply a classic film – try it now if you still haven’t got one!
Simple: this is my first film, shoot with the Lomo LC-A+. That’s right: at some moment I felt like Diana F+ shooting is very very very interesting, but still wanted something of a totally different flavor. Then I’ve got another classic to my hands: the LC-A+ camera (and some lenses as well).
Two films were supplied with the camera: Fuji Superia 200 (negative film that I’ve shoot with Horizon Perfekt) and Agfa CT Precisa (slide film). Yep, it looks like those days had changed and it would be fantastic if the Lomo LC-A+ sold nowadays will be supplied with the same films (hopefully someone can hear me).
Just look at the pics :) I was lucky enough (touch wood again) to get those results in a simple developing lab and a minilab scan (some minilab scanners simply restart when they are feed with an x-pro films :))) No color shifts or tints, but the colors are so saturated and the contrast is kept even with multiple exposures. I’ve got several slides of this film presented on some exhibition in a gallery even.
So, this film is certainly recommended for all those that haven’t tried it yet. Period :)