On my (now not too) recent trip westward to Oregon, I made it a point that I would ensure that I would aim to have one scene that I would shoot with every color film camera at my disposal at the time. As it was, I wound up holding off using my last shot on two of these cameras to ensure that I could perform such an experiment.
Finally, on the afternoon of June 20, at a stop called Corbett's View, overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, I took the opportunity to snap away to get results that I could compare. The samples, already featured in several of the Film Folio features, are shown below
Zeiss Ikonta A 521, Agfa Rollei Crossbird 200 Film
Agfa Billy Record I, Expired Kodak Ektachrome 200 scanned with Color Restoration.
Welta/Rodenstock Citonette, Provia 100F.
Balda Lisette, Velvia 50.
Overall, light leaks aside, there is a lot of differences in how this same scene was rendered on four different cameras and films. I thought I'd have a clear "winner" in the batch, but I can't say that I do. Nor can I say that one of these completely fails in its rendering. It is a very interesting example of how the same scene can be given a remarkably differing appearance based largely on the film.
And as we head into colder weather, I'm certainly glad to have these vestiges of a trip west in warmer temperatures!