35mm: Kodak Gold 200

I took my Halina point and shoot with me to the states, and while over there I bagged 3 rolls of Kodak Gold 200 as it was cheap. I’ve used a bunch of different films in the past but never really paid all that much attention to them, so I’m gonna make an effort now to make film specific posts.

The Halina itself is performing surprisingly well, I’ve only ran 200 speed through it so far, and the built-in flash has somehow managed to be just powerful enough to get usable photos at night. I’m also enjoying not having to think about settings. Literally just chuck the film in and go.

This roll is one that was finished off back here in Glasgow, so there’s a mix of California and Scotland. No prizes for spotting the difference.



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