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M7 is a very specific model; I’m told only films with an ISO lower than 160 will work so I'm happy to see you went with ISO 20. There’s also a very well documented incompatibility with ilford products, best to avoid and stick with Kodak. Good luck!

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22 hours ago, L0071 said:

Lower iso better, I bought some film under 20 iso, have not developed  it yet...

I agree.  Here I used ISO 1.6 film.  Go slow, or go home.

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14 hours ago, shirubadanieru said:

M7 is a very specific model; I’m told only films with an ISO lower than 160 will work so I'm happy to see you went with ISO 20. There’s also a very well documented incompatibility with ilford products, best to avoid and stick with Kodak. Good luck!

 

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For sure, M5 good too I started with M5 very easy Camera to use perhaps easier than M7, M7 have electric shutter faster 😀 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, L0071 said:

For sure, M5 good too I started with M5 very easy Camera to use perhaps easier than M7, M7 have electric shutter faster 😀 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think you have a problem with the M7 exposure meter. That looks like a lot of overexposed frames.

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ISO 3 film.

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