Have you ever used a pre-exposed film? Did you love it? Hate it? Or would you never even consider it?
I've bought three rolls of pre-exposed film from three different brands. Here is the review of the Yodica Antares film, shot on an Olympus MJU II (Stylus Epic Infinity). Because if you're going to shoot a film that many photographers hate, why not shoot it on a camera many photographers hate?
Also a reminder about Expired Film Day coming up on 15-16-17 March 2019!
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