Photos taken with Canon EOS IX and EF40mm F2.8 STM.
In the previous post, I talked about the Canon EOS IX, an APS film SLR camera.
In this post, I would like to post photos taken with the Canon EOS IX.
The photos was taken around December 2018.
Lens used was the EF40mm F2.8 STM prime lens.
The film used was FUJIFILM FUJICOLOR NEXIA 200.
I was worried about the film development result because the expiration date had expired...
This time, I didn't digitize the images myself, but I will post the photo data received at the shop that requested the film development.
The results are uneven.
Some of the images came out well, while others deteriorated badly.
I thought I got the exposure right, but it turned out to be very underexposed.
This was disappointing, because I got pretty good results when I used the expired film before.
Index print, I've got the date set wrong, lol.
Whatever the print size setting on the camera, the image is recorded in the maximum H size.
Also, I heard that the store can change the size when printing.
Well, in this digital age, we can do whatever we want.
So, it seems that the print size setting on the camera side can be used for checking the composition.
I also regret that I didn't know about Eye Control AF when I took the picture, so I didn't get to try it out.
I have one more stock of APS film, so I would like to try it soon...