|Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2022 8:52 am Post subject:
Not bad for 2004 dated Provia.
From the days I still shot film I remember Provia to pretty high contrast. It looks like that is even more difficult to control with it aged.
It is hard to tell from the above scans, but when inspected on a light-box, is there still any detail left in the shadows on this out-of-date film? I recall that on fresh Provia quite a bit of detail could still be pulled from the shadows with multiple-exposure scanning.
SONY A7S, A7RII + dust-sealed modded Novoflex/Fotodiox/Rayqual MD-NEX adapters
Minolta SR-1, SRT-101/303, XD7/XD11, XGM, X700
Minolta majority of all Rokkor SR/AR/MC/MD models made
Sigma 14mm/3.5 for SR mount
Tamron SP 60B 300mm/2.8 (Adaptall)
Samyang T-S 24mm/3.5 (Nikon mount, DIY converted to SR mount)
Schneider-Kreuznach PC-Super-Angulon 28mm/2.8 (SR mount)
Bronica PS 35/40/50/65/80/110/135/150/180/200/250mm