My week 9 post is from a roll of expired Fuji Superia 400 that I first loaded into my little Canon AF35M II 3 weeks ago when I journeyed to Cardiff to watch the Wales v Scotland 6 nations game.
I planned to shoot a few rolls that day but due to enjoying the food and drink a bit too much the camera stayed in my pocket so I only managed 10 shots.
The Canon is a nice little point and shoot with a pretty sharp lens and a flash that doesn’t pop up by itself which is handy if you don’t want to be too obvious when taking candid images.
I finished off the roll this week with some images local Garw valley shots and some from the Aberystwyth Seafront ( that I also shot with my F100 and some Portra 400 that I may post next week if I don’t manage to finish off the HP5 in my Mamiya 645)
The film was processed/scanned by http://www.filmdev.co.uk/ and considering the age of the film came out pretty well albeit with quite a bit of grain.