This wasn’t what I was expecting when I shot Dubblefilm Apollo 200. Then again, I don’t know what I was expecting. This is the thing about shooting experimental, pre-flashed films. Even if the manufacturing process yielded a consistent result (which it doesn’t), there are still too many variables from lighting conditions to scanning to give any real consistency from roll to roll. But that’s okay. It’s part of the fun. While Dubblefilm Apollo 200 surprised me, I still like the look of many of the photos I shot with this film.I like the look of Dubblefilm Apollo, but I love the look of Dubblefilm Bubblegum 200! That being said, my scanning software did not like Dubblefilm Apollo. Blues came out grey and reds looked orange. This roll and a few others that were challenging to scan are what finally drove me to get an Adobe Lightroom subscription and buy Negative Lab Pro. NLP has been a game changer in getting consistent scans with a minimum of effort.