I tried some Ektar 100 color print film on this last trip, and since I needed something to do while eating my ice cream I decided to post a couple images. I had to fool around with this junk for quite a while to get anything that looked even remotely worth looking at. I didn't come up with anything I could like anywhere near as much as this Neopolitan Dryers. I looked at one roll and after attempting to pull down an image decided the whole roll is a bust, worthless. If this were the only film I could get I wouldn't bother with it anymore. Leaves me wondering why they bothered marketing this crap? I hope someone else found a use for it 'cause I'm throwin the rest of the stuff in the trash. The images below were all shot with a Crown Graphic using a 103mm Trioptar. The Snow Plant is f~16 at 1-secusing a little fwd tilt. The second image, made at a somewhat obscure azalea preserve not on the map was shot at f~32 at 1/10. And the last image, of which I discovered I must have had the color film back along on the hike, was shot at f~32 for 8-sec. All are Kraptar 100 120 rollfilm which makes use of a special blue enhancement layer so you have to have special rose colored glasses to view any images made with this film.