This week it is Agfa Vista 200. This roll was shot at 100 since my other attempts with the film were a bit muddy. I used the Contax G2. I think I am getting the hang of the camera. It is important to check the distance scale after automatic focus is achieved. Sometimes the camera (from user error) focuses on unintended things. The central focus frame has to be carefully placed on the subject. I have given up for the time being trying to use open apertures since it gives more leeway. I like Agfa Vista, it is the film that indirectly drove me to the love of film photography. After constantly using the similar VSCO film simulation on my digital images, I decided to migrate to film photography. It was not until a few months ago that I purchased a brick of Agfa Vista. It is very inexpensive, dries flat and scans pretty well. The colors are vivid, although I am finding that the G2’s lens (I have only used the 45mm lens) seems to render colors a bit less vividly than other good quality lenses. Sharpness of the film seems good, not quite up to the results from Portra which has a similar color palette.