They were all still underground.
Just as soon as I thought I’d put those NHL duffels behind me I discover another one.
Here’s a phone shot comparison between the two. The BAD bag is ready to be lugged onboard the plane:
(from my Ohio trip back in March)
One of the services our company provides is a Jeep tour through the mountains from Colorado Springs to Cañon City for a half-day rafting trip on the Arkansas River. I’d been down there several times and wanted to experience the trip myself, which I have to say is way more fun than just sitting around for 3 hours like we usually do. I put a roll of Tri-X through the Weathermatic:
I definitely had a good experience, and as this half-day trip only goes over class-3 rapids, I didn’t feel particularly challenged; there was plenty of respite between the tricky bits which means I had plenty of opportunities for pictures (maybe Spring would be different). Most of what I’ve shot with the Weathermatic has been ASA100 film and just occasionally the pictures have been a bit blurry. I hoped that Tri-X’s extra 2 stops would keep that problem under control, but sadly it didn’t. Not only was it cloudy but we ended up having some pretty heavy rain, and with the jostling of the boat there were a few unusable images there, though most weren’t too bad.
The Weathermatic only reads DX markings for 100 and 400, so other speeds will be overexposed. It is a bit disappointing that the camera doesn’t prioritize faster shutter speeds for the 400 speed film. I suppose for critical work, one would need a Nikonos but for what it is, the Weathermatic does well.