How can a small little camera bought for € 4 produce anything of merit ? Well I’m glad to say and believe it  can certainly deliver. A solid performer from the 1950’s. It’s pocket size too. On the previous post I used Ilford PanF 35 mm film. This in fact is one of my favourite black and white films produced by Ilford, mainly because it has quite good contrast in it’s tones and develops well with Rodinal film developer. However this time around wanted to try some colour film with the wee Agfa. Here you can see the results for a film under $5

Kodak Color Plus 200

Kodak Color Plus 200 which is available in 24 exposures or 36 exposures on 35 mm roll. This roll I picked on my travels in Croatia in the town of Split. Kodak Color Plus is really best suited for the outdoors at 200 ISO. Also one thing great about this film  is it’s price at a relatively inexpensive €3.50

 

Agfa Silette L

Agfa Silette L