The other night I dev'd the roll of 127 I'd put through the Baby Brownie. Hello. There was a mark along the edge of the film which looked like a light leak, (which would have been fine), but the rest of it looked as if it hadn't been exposed at all... When I looked again, there were numbers from the backing paper. I've looked at the camera, and the shutter appears to be going fine. So I don't know what to think about that. Pity, because the Baby's such a cute wee camera to use.
Meanwhile, for when I get to the bottom of the exposed film mountain, I've been looking at EFKE 127 - AG Photographic are doing the best deal at the moment. But Silverprint have a better price for Fomapan, which I like the look of, though I need to try it yet.
All of which, above, brought me to a few bullet points I intend to note and abide by hereafter:
- Leave all the cameras empty of film until you've got an idea for something, and then choose the best film/camera combination for the idea;
- Shoot at least one whole roll of film at a time, don't piddle around with two or three frames;
- Then, develop and scan it straightaway.