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    I roll with Adox CHS Art 100 for my older box cameras. Vintage-looking film for vintage cameras and all that. For the crappier Diana and Holga, I've been using Rollei Retro 400S lately. Those things need all the light they can get.

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    I've used Efke 100 & 400 in my 620 Junior folder with great results.
    Haven't yet tried out colour film, but not too many places that can print 6x9 in colour around here!

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    There's only one answer toy film , sorry couldn't resist it.
    Ben

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    Ran the roll of T-Max 100 through it. Lot's of nice vignetting, blurry corners, fairly sharp center. Some scratches from some rust I missed on the rollers. I can clean that up, but I think it works.

    Steve Long

    my blog: http://wayofuncertainty.com/

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    I like Tri-X 400. But then again I also like to modify my toy cameras with smaller apertures and/or faster shutter speeds so that a 400 speed film is most appropriate.

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