I captured these photos using an old yet meticulously restored Canon P camera dating back to 1970. Opting for the economical choice, I selected the Kodak ColorPlus 200 film. Having previously used it at the beach, I was well aware of its ability to produce splendid colors under the radiant Greek sunlight.
Kodak ColorPlus 200 is a popular color negative film produced by the renowned photography company Kodak. It is a consumer-grade film known for its versatility and affordability, making it a favorite among amateur and casual photographers. The "200" in its name refers to its ISO sensitivity or film speed, indicating that it is best suited for shooting in daylight or well-lit conditions.