Some of the negatives scanned (grainy) and some did not. I also shot a roll of Ilford Pan F Plus in bright sunlight in both cameras with better results. I experimented with my new/used Nikon teleconverters that I recently purchased. I wrote before how the Holga can throw light all over the frame and with the Nikon wide converter this was no exception it was more the rule. It gave me some dreamy images as well as some really sharp ones. At one point it perfectly mixed and produced a nice image of the Renaissance Center.
I shot two rolls of film with my Diana 110mm soft telephoto lens. The description is right. This lens is really soft even when you correctly judge the distance. The lens is also domed which produces an almost radial effect at the top and the bottom of the frame which I found interesting. So far I like this lens and I’m taking it out with me again this weekend. Experimentation keeps things fresh that affects both kinds of green – money and growth.