A Saturday in North Toronto Along Yonge St.
Haven't shot with Kodak Color Plus 200 in a while, so of course I had to shoot a roll while in the city. The formery cheap and cheerful colour negative film in Canada at least is only a dollar cheaper than Portra 400. I have a hard time squaring that circle but I switched to Cinestill 400D, Flic Film Elektra 100 and Lomography 100 and 400 respectively. I'm keeping Eastman Kodak going strong for colour film.
Canera wise I ran with my Nikon F2S this walk. It was made from 1973 to 1977 and a step up from the F2 Photomic, the difference being the LED meter read out, the sensors were the same Cds cells. The F2S is differentiated with the taller DP-2 prism head. I don't shoot with this particular 2 variant often. I'm reaching more for the regular photomomic and F2A or the top of the line F2SB or F2AS. That said the F2S looks cool and of course a version needs to be in my collection.
Camera: Nikon F2S, Nikkor Pre Ai lenses.
Film: Kodak Color Plus 200.