Fuji Superia Xtra 400, Rollei 35

A couple weeks ago Richard and I spent the day at Belton House.

I used this day out as an opportunity to try out some Fuji Superia Xtra 400 35mm in my Rollei 35.

Richard rented a large lens for his Canon and between us we use this socially distanced day out as one to experiment with our photography.

The scans have now returned from the developer and I like the colour of the shots. They do require a little bit of dehazing but I think that’s possibly because I shot in cloudy conditions.

For the most part the shots are fairly sharp and rather good for such an old camera.

A nice view of the boat house through the woods (raining hard at this stage)
Richard testing his rented lens (overcast)

I’ll share some more photos from Belton House and Colchester during the week.

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