Here's something you don't get to experiment with often – a really slow speed film. This is actually an intermediate duplicating film used in the motion picture industry, but being 35mm and not having a Remjet coating, it is easily processed in standard C-41 colour negative film chemistry. The results are contrasty, the colour is, well, all over the place – but it's great fun to use.
Being of such a low ISO, you need a large aperture (i.e. fast) lens of at least F1.8 – and lots of light. It means that you can shoot with the lens wide open on bright sunny days, lots of which we have enjoyed on Ireland's south coast this summer.