Ektachome’s one I should have tried long ago but as usual, excuses excuses. As you might have already known, positive film isn’t as easy to meter as they have a narrow latitude of exposure.
My pictures turn out underexposed more often than over which led me to suspect that this could be an 80 ASA film where you can overexpose by a third of a stop. It still has that slide film look if that’s what you are wondering while colours can sometimes be saturated. Furthermore, none of my shots had particularly blown highlights which makes this the least scary film of its kind to use so welcome back E100.
Shot on Canon 300V paired to a Canon EF 40mm f/2.8