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I took these mainly recently at the beach. The film was Ilford 50 loaded in my F3 in November. The first two were right after loading the film. All images with 35 1.4 at medium aperture 5.6 to 11 with red or orange filter. Local store, Penn Camera, processed and both the scans and prints are similar. Very odd contrast and exposure results. All were shot metered per the F3. I also have an FE that I never had any issues with but on couple of other occasions, I've seen odd results. The batteries were new. I have some CN-41 in there now to see how that ends up.

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From February about 1 sec exposure on tripod and probably F 16:
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From end of April
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How do the actual negatives look? They look very dense on the scans. Did you try a roll without the filters? There certainly could have been a processing error as well.

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When you look at the negatives themselves, can you see through them? Are they very dark, or are they gray, lighter in the shadows and dark in the highlights?

In the very first one, there seem to be a series of spots along the top that result from improper agitation.
 

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