Bought a Kalimar LX-9 (rebadged as a Ikon Fun Camera) at a Goodwill for $2 and decided to push a roll of slide film through it. My original plan was to shoot Old Town Scottsdale which I really haven't hit but rain prevented my plans. So I stuck to my neck of the woods and shot some stuff in the southwest valley I hadn't hit before. Man, these color shifts! Wow! I don't know how much of it was the Astia and how much of it was the LX-9. I don't know this things aperture or shutter speed but both are fixed and in the past I've only gotten results like this from Astia with overexposure.

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