I tried out the Polaroid 100 Chocolate film this weekend in the snowy mountains around Lake Tahoe on the California/Nevada border.
The 100 Chocolate film has an ISO rating of 80 so I set my Polaroid Automatic 230 to the 75 setting. The first few shots came out a little under exposed.
I assume this is because the light meter was fooled by the very bright conditions due to the snow or water.
For the next batch, I moved the Lighten/Darken control a stop to the Lighten side and the shots were a little brighter.
Even though the second batch are probably better exposed, I think I prefer the dark and moody under exposed shots.
The Chocolate film texture is a little different from other Polaroid film I have used. There is a noticeable pattern on the film that gives the photos an old-timey aged effect which I like.
Polaroid 100 Chocolate is one of the recently released films that came from the the last runs at the Polaroid factories and it is available exclusively at Polapremium.