I had one roll of Ektar in my Minolta XE-7 that I took a couple months to shoot, get developed, and edit. Most of it is nothing special but it’s not bad either. Taken with a few lenses: 28mm f2.5, 35-70mm f3.5, 50mm f1.7, and 100mm f2.5.
Now for a few 120 shots of Ektar, from one of the cameras I was testing. A Mamiya 23 Standard, with a 90mm f3.5 lens, and a 6x7 rollfilm back. I wasn’t very impressed with it, the photos came out very flat, and not very sharp. They pale in comparison to what my RB67 can do, and the C330 I was testing as well, which are both also Mamiyas. But the 23 was intended as a press camera, so lightness was the goal rather than ultimate quality.