I have definitely underutilized this great camera and intend to change that this year. I recently purchased a 200mm lens for it but haven’t tested it out, due to the fact that the ensuing ensemble really requires a tripod and I haven’t got a shooting spot in mind for this yet. However, this roll led me to suspect that the camera might have a problem and, indeed, the next roll confirmed that. You will see that there’s a slight “hesitation” in some of the images, almost like a double exposure but not. Diagnosis is a probable issue with the film advance mechanism. These also were developed at home as part of my continuing effort to do it myself and in the process save some $$ as well as getting the satisfaction of it.
Some of the shots showed virtually no sign of problems (except for my less than perfect scanning).
This one showed a slight sign of the issue
The remainder obviously had a problem although at this point I thought it might be operator error in improperly advancing the film, especially since the film advance lever tends to be stiff.
I really liked the effect on this one, actually, as it was pretty much an unintentional double exposure.
The more I use this camera the more I like it. This makes the prospect of a visit to the doctor all the more upsetting. The next roll is another from the Isolette using fresh film.