My family’s holiday to Florida in July 2012. Along with my 20D and compact camera, I also brought the Konica C35v with ten rolls of film. The second film I exposed was Tudor 200, a rather impressive budget print film. I picked up 10 rolls of this stuff on eBay for just £13.50, and it is much better than Fujicolour C200.
The Konica C35v is a zone focus 35mm viewfinder camera, though it looks similar to a rangefinder. It is fully automatic and features a 38mm f/2.8 lens. This camera, manufactured in 1974 should use mercury 1.35v cell batteries. With a modern 1.5v battery of equivalent size, the meter is ⅔ stop too high. This was easily corrected using the meter adjustment.
I developed this at home using the 1L Tenenal C41 kit, which is much cheaper than getting it developed on the high street. Negatives were scanned at 3600dpi.
Ignore the EXIF information, it is useless for images taken on film.
Camera: Konica C35v
Film: Tudor 200
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