For week #41 I loaded the Minolta Riva Panorama with my last roll of Kodak Tmax 400 and headed out one foggy morning to photograph the country side. The camera has a 24mm wide-angle lens. Coupled with the fact that it only shoots cropped panorama format on 35mm film it made for a challenging shoot. But as this was already my second roll with this camera I think I can say that I'm slowly getting the hang of it.
I then sent off the roll to the Indie Film Lab to have in developed and scanned. When I got the scans back I was surprised by the heavy grain. It works well with the fog (or so people tell me), but that's not how Tmax normally looks! After some back and forth on Twitter the most likely cause seems massive overexposure. I guess the DX sensing in the camera might be broken so it metered for ISO 100. That's too bad, but I really like the camera a lot and I will just have to use either ISO 100 film from now or Ilford XP2 which should be OK exposed at ISO 100.