Let’s jump ahead to week #13 while I procrastinate instead of developing my rolls for week #10 and #11. For that week I shot a roll of Fomapan 100 in the Minolta SRT303 that Torsten Kathke so kindly lent me. It has a bit of a weird place in my collection. Not completely manual like my Minolta SR-1s but also no aperture priority like the XD7.
On top of that the roll is really grainy for an ISO 100 film and there were what I assumed were drying marks on the film. When I contacted the lab they had a look at the negatives again and told me that this was most likely a defect on the emulsion … Well, let’s believe them for now. After all all other films were fine.