I don’t even know, maybe it’s been more than ten years since I last used a film camera. I recently took out my grandmother’s old camera and just randomly threaded one of the old films I found on the shelf. These are more than 20-year-old films, and I was also prepared that maybe nothing would appear in the pictures. So I loaded in an AGFA color film, ISO 100.
The negative development came in a few days and I was very curious to see what I managed to get out of such an old machine and film. The result has been better than expected, not least because it is necessarily comparable to images taken with a digital machine, but rather because such a film has a very nice color scheme. Anyway, I bought a new film into the machine, this time not in color but in black and white. This time, too, I chose AGFA film, but given the weather, with a slightly higher ISO of 400.