Fragile Foggy Film
Last week, Jonathan and I went for a photowalk. I didn’t have my usual camera with me, instead I had my Kodak Duaflex (it’s the one in the middle here) which, it would appear, I loaded with film over 2 years ago, took into the office and never shot a single frame off the roll.
It’s not the most light tight of cameras, and a lot of the frames are fogged. The film hasn’t exactly been stored in ideal conditions either so the negatives were a bit stiff. Coupled with it only being the second roll I’d shot on this camera I’m surprised I got anything out of it at all… the two frames in this post are probably my favourite.
PAX Update: I fixed the linefinder fault, eventually tracked it down to a dirty contact on the ST relay. It’s now back connected to the newly restored asterisk box – although that now has a few problems. It refuses to register the SIP trunk with the dfr asterisk box, and I’m not getting any audio with off-site SIP clients. I suspect the two faults are related…