Photoworks ISO 400 film. Expired in 2006. Scanned on a Canon 9000f at 2400DPI and reduced to 1024 on the long side for upload.
The sensor apparently adjusts the flash. The film is 400 but it’s lost speed with age so probably more like 200. Indoor shots are underexposed so the scanner pumps up the gain so I get film grain plus scanner noise. Still, not bad for a cheap camera and cheap, old film.
The munchkin took this one.
Stairwell coming out of the city parking garage.
My timing was off and I split the car with the pole.
Some research info…
The auction ad showing the manual copyright date and the box showing that the camera was sold by itself.
This next ad might be able to claim accuracy on technicalities. The shutter could be accurate at all of its one speeds. It auto-focuses at the one, fixed, focus setting. Maybe there were variations and some cameras came with an f/4.5 lens.
This same info was in several ads by different sellers.
ISO info from a picture of a manual page in another ad.
Kudos to QVC for advertising with accurate information.
Cool effects with double exposure and a slow shutter speed.
This was more of a “catch it falling off the post because I don’t have a tripod” kind of deal.
And this was a “Did I wind? I’m pretty sure I wound.” I do love the pastels when Portra is overexposed.
Did I really use film that wasn’t expired? I could be on to something!
I was cleaning the office/workshop while the pigeons ferried buckets of bits to Youtube. Not able to find anything clean, but less dangerous. I discovered I had one unused frame in an Instax Mini. I loaded it by feel into the Milona inside the dark bag, shot it, and then put it back into the Instax for processing. I didn’t get it lined up quite right but not bad.