My week nine has ended so I think I will post nine images from a roll made this week, though there are others that I like on that roll. They were made with a Canon Sure Shot AF35Mii (aka Autoboy 2 and [New] Sure Shot).
Some pictures from this camera were posted in my week seven when first testing the camera when I was trying to get a good shot from a cheap plastic point and shoot to enter in a contest. I shot another roll this week, though I ended up choosing an image from the first roll to enter in the competition.
It was a glorious spring day when I took these photos. Others from this roll have already appeared on my blog here and here. My entry to Hamish Gill’s competition can be found here, though it was a week 7 roll. Check out the other submissions – there are some very good shots made with a wide range of crappy to excellent and yet cheap plastic cameras (cheap and plastic was a condition of entry).
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The film is Fuji Superia X-TRA 400, expired in 2004 and exposed a bit slower than 400 – probably at ISO 320 – because the camera shoots a bit dark. Commercially processed, scanned with Epson V700 and Epson Scan software.