Crossbird is a wonderful 35mm slide film that Rollei has crafted for a dual-purpose. They recommend it as a creative cross-process specialty film - this means you shoot it in situations that will look great with 'other-worldly' bright greens and colour shifts, and then process it in C-41 colour negative colours instead of E6 slide chemistry to get the bright and wacky results.
OR you can shoot it 'straight' as a slide film, process it in E6, and benefit from slide film's high detail and colour fidelity.
It's up to you :-)
Either way - as one of the market's most-affordable 35mm slide films, it's surely worth a shot!
Also available in 120 medium format
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Not your everyday film, but is a novel idea. My favourite thing is definitely the grain - up close my scans look like a bunch of dots!
Huge grain and yellow shift. It's not a serious film but I've managed to get some interesting shots out of it and may shoot it again.
Really nice film, had a lot of shooting this. The colours are great. I shot this at a beach with reeds and sand dunes and they turned out great.
I shot this in a point and shoot with a DX code reader and this film doesn’t have a DX code so my shots were overexposed by one stop. I thought this would be fine but I forgot that this is slide film and metering needs to be precise. Some images were nice and golden otherwise were sickly green. I had fun with this film and would shoot it again for sure.
I love the colours this film brings out. I used this in an Olympus Trip 35, and being a total beginner a few shots in the sunlight came out a bit damaged, but at the same time, they look pretty cool, and that is what film photography is all about.
Really enjoyed using this film.