The Kodak Gold 200.
I've heard pretty much raving views of it being a cheap, yet good stock of film to be using in a tropical country like Singapore—where bright sunlight is not a given choice, it's a constant. Okay except for those moments where it does rain, and rain like cats and dogs does it not.
With such a low ISO value, it definitely would require a higher amount of light to be exposed. But how much is too much? Or how little is too little? I think I've probably used it before, exposing frames with the camera's internal lightmeter—and it was disastrous? Most of the shots came out pretty underexposed; with muddy colours and lots of grain—but then again there was a certain look to it which is actually quite soothing to look at. Like for example below.
But I digress, it does however look better with some form of accurate light–metering—with an external light–meter of course! <: A worthy investment I have to admit.
At that, was also playing around with the possibility of using Film to document work for Portfolio presentation. I guess the results were not as spectacular as envisioned, but definitely something that can be worked with? I suppose the Film stocks would definitely affect the outcome of the image in the end—like the tones and grain and maybe even sharpness/scan-ability.