In my opinion, it is more about the process of making pictures than the technical aspects of it. It also does not hurt if you are a "hipster" or "into lo-fi" photography aesthetics (if we want to put some kind of label on it).This is the first I have seen of this "digifilm", guess I am out of the loop, but it looks very interesting, and maybe a purchase in the future for me (or maybe another film camera!)
I can respect that. I still have some film cameras and love using the Yashica 5000 I have (rarely do anymore) and the Mamiya C33 medium format...but I've either grown lazy or to used to the speed and efficiency of the digital workflow. probably both. lolI would really like to support the concept.
But I simply cannot bring myself to do so.
Instead I keep on buying 2d hand film and digital cameras.
I find the 6x6 a little tricky. It's very peculiar on the light it likes to make a good image. It looked to blow out highlights. So I get what you mean. They all seem to have their own character, not only in the look, but on house they process a scene. Color1600 and B&W seen to be very difficult.I find the Fancy a bit tricky.....LoL you'll see
When I finish this roll of 6x6, I'll put a roll of Fancy inI'm finding that. Send info, at least, it meters the highlights fine, but goes a little dark on the shadow areas.
I guess that will be half the fun, trying to f figure it out.When I finish this roll of 6x6, I'll put a roll of Fancy in
Seriously, from what I remember of shooting with it, I went from overexposed to underexposed in a blink - very tough to find that proper exposure level.