This was another film I was unsure of results with. The E6 film roll expired in 2004. It was another garage sale grab-bag find.
I tossed it in my trusty Kodak Brownie Model D. I love the way a 35mm roll just snugs up into a 620 slot without modification.
Crossprocessing is the way to go if you’re developing locally, plus nothing enhances wrong film/wrong camera like adding in wrong chemicals. I was surprised with the crispness of the results. The processed negatives came back oh so sharp. And the classic cross processed color shift looked textbook.