|image courtesy of the Film Photography Project|
I loaded up the film in my Sigma SA-7N camera, set the ISO to 25, and over the course of a week or two shot the roll of film. With an ISO of 25, you probably should shoot this with lots of light or use a tripod for heavy overcast. Anyhow, after shooting, the film went to Blue Moon Camera for development, and they sent back perfectly-developed film cut and placed into standard negative sleeves from PrintFile, the kind that I use. I scanned them in my Epson V700 scanner, and did not alter them except for removal of dust spots. Here are a few for your viewing.
I am not exactly a fan of redscale in general, because much of the time it is too contrasty and too red. However, the Svema film holds up well in sun, as well as in overcast conditions. It gives a more "vintage" look to images, and is not grainy. I suggest giving it a try if you want to shake up your photography a bit and have some fun with it.