The biggest boy in the family, weighing in at 800 ASA and you might have already guessed, the most expensive of the three. Grain is apparent which is expected and a green tint is apparent in lower light conditions. In daylight, skin tone rendition is natural while colours are vivid. When rated at 400-500, photographs get sharper and less greenish. That doesn’t mean it’s useless at box speed but more of a flexibility when needed.
Let's rejoice for the existence of 800 speed films so come on Kodak, roll out a 1600.
Shot on Canon 300V paired to a Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS