I finally had my three films developed. I used Konica PRO 400 and Fuji NPC 160 roll film with two cameras: Agfa Click and an old Gevabox (pictures shown in previous post above). I converted both cameras into pinhole cameras. The Gevabox is very nice for portrait and landscape images and gives 6x9 cm negatives. The Click has 6x6 cm negatives, a rather short focal length and some nice vignetting (like a trademark) because of the original lens mount. All films standard C-41 developing in a lab.
I didn't upload an image to the WPPD 2013 site yet, because I didn't decide yet which one to use. Which one do you like best?
Agfa Click series:
no. 1Agfa-Click-Konica400-1.jpg no. 2Agfa-Click-Konica400-4.jpg no. 3Agfa-Click-Konica400-5.jpg
no. 4 Gevabox-NPC160-01.jpg no. 5 Gevabox-NPC160-02.jpg no. 6Gevabox-NPC160-03.jpg no. 7 Gevabox-NPC160-08.jpg
no. 8 Gevabox-Konica400-04.jpg no. 9 Gevabox-Konica400-12.jpg