ISO 400 film at EI 3200. AKA, pushing it to the limit of how far I can reasonably play with it's sensitivity and get good results.

Somewhere I got some light leaks (okay, I know where), but other than that, the frame that are good are good.

If you don't know the ISO math, 3200 EI on 400 ISO film means I gave it *one eighth* of the light it "wanted" and extracted that off it through deliberately leaving it in the developer too long.

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