Over the past couple of days I have been testing some various rolls of expired 35mm film that I was able to get my hands on.  So far I have shot on Fuji Superia, Solaris 200 Color Print film and today ran a roll of Clark Color Film 200.  I can't seem to find much information on this exact film. My only guess is that it a relabeled film.  These are the quick test shots.  This film expired in 2001.  I pushed it by 2 stops.  Overall I like the look of this one.  The colors are muted and at the same time deep.  As for a winner out of the three that I have shot in the last couple of days,  I would have to go with the Fuji.  There is something special about it.  The colors are right on and the grain is lovely.  I have one more film type to process, Kodak Gold 200 expired in 2004. Even though these old films might not produce the sharpest images, they are still really fun to shoot and process.

 

Here is the film in question

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops

Konica Auto S2 / Clark Color Film 200  *Pushed 2-Stops


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