More to come on the lens, but I can say that it seems a triple threat. Capable of working with a SIGMA digital camera, adapted to Sony, and also a SIGMA film camera.
That was the purpose of this roll of film. I did perfectly expect it to work fine since it worked on digital mounts. But it was nice to have this confirmed.
Film of choice was Lomography 800.
As usual, developed at home with Cinestill CS41.
This camera is very consistent and every frame came out. Since I have not experienced any light leaks with this camera before I assume the distortions in the photos are lens flares. They all also seem to only occur with shots where I was shooting into the sun. Regardless I am not bothered. I have a high tolerance for imperfections when it comes to film photography. Otherwise, there is good sharpness and acceptable image quality. Here are all 36 captures. Nothing Erth shattering. Some shots that were taken today while chauffering my Mom about and running errands. I like them.
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