Excellent film who loves a lot of light. The film provides a vivid saturated colors and excellent sharpness. Cross-process of this film should be reminded your old, overexposed home movies.
It is my “longest” film. I want to share my impressions from it because probably, I will not get to shoot with it again. I really liked it, but it is unlikely I will get it again.
I bought a spool of expired (2001) film ~ 25 meters from a member of Russian Lomographic Community and shot about 20 films. Honestly, I never showed it by process e-6, so this will be review of cross-process this film.
The first time I loaded it into the Agat-18k and shot as 25 ISO: the colors were very saturated, with strong deviation in the green and red — something that I wanted.
Then, I shot it all the time as 100 ISO. Some of the film came out very well, some, not very. The main thing I learned is that the film is loves the light a lot. Otherwise, results would be not very good. Although this may be due to the film being expired for 10 years.
I shot this film using a few cameras: Agat-18k, Zenit 12sd, Horizon Kompakt, Rollei 35, LC-A (of course), Diana F+ with the Diana + 35mm Back, Zenit-3M, Diana Mini, Kiev-15 and some cameras of my mod versions. Everywhere, I tried to shoot this film like 100 ISO.
I’m not good at talking; for me, it’s better to let my pictures do the talking.