Nothing fancy. I did not want to take a photo of anything important because the camera might not have worked. I do need to keep experimenting with it, and should try to track down a manual. So here goes nothing:
I did have to add significant contrast to the images; since this camera does not allow for the use of contrast filters. The originals are very low contrast.
Note chair distortion; cameras was not level...............
Note that I feature prominently as a shadow.....I'll have to work on that.............
Because of the uncertainty of Kodak's future and the recent announcement that they will discontinue E-6 Film, it is obviuosly time to run another film test. I prefer color transparency film to print film. So Here we go:
Fuji Velvia 50 vs. Kodak E100VS, medium format (120). I have chosen medium format, because ISO 50 requires a tripod under most circumstances. It's doubtful that I would really be inclined to carry a tripod around for my 35mm. Kind of defeats the purpose of traveling light........So in the near future expect a Fuji Provia 100/400 test against the now extinct E100VS (you can still buy it, but the price has gone up significantly).
As the spring flowers bloom the tests will proceed.