So I'm unable to narrow down a specific camera and film. So, Let me show you where I've been.
Marshall, North Carolina is a sleepy town 30 minutes north of Asheville. This was my first time to the region, and I enjoyed this little place.
I picked up a Lomo Lubitel 166 Universal at a recent camera show. Its far sharper than the others I've used in the past.
When I say Marshall is tiny, It is. Downtown Marshall is 1 mile long, and the population of the entire town is less than 1000 people.
The Blue Door is run by Susan, who is working tirelessly to create a working studio space for alt pro, fiber arts, writing, book making etc. While down in North Carolina, I assisted setting up her hopefully soon to be created website.
I now equate the Asheville area to Burlington VT, or Ithaca, NY. It's a pretty progressive region. Its nice to see the paradigm of "The South" to be challenged in locations like these.
I was able to wander around Marshall at night a few times, and tested another roll of Cinestill 800T. I had better success. I was careful at winding my film, and did not have the red static that I had in my first roll. Shooting in the middle of nowhere doesn't have much ambient light which I'm used to living closer to cities. Shooting an 800 speed here helped with cutting down my time to ~2 minutes.
A couple more for good measure.