Greetings all and welcome to our new thread. Post all the photos you like from any film camera. I'll start with some film I processed and scanned earlier in the week. Camera was Olympus XA with cold-stored Panatomic-X (from a bulk roll expired in 1982) restaurant interior 1 (shutter open several seconds and tripped by self timer) restaurant interior 2 (both interior shots with lens at f 5.6) windows lighted by sunlight from opposite side of building late afternoon (in Starkville from The Grill parking lot) The XA's electronic shutter release is smooth enough that I can often get by with slower shutter speeds than I can with other cameras. handheld, probably around 1/8 to 1/15 second If this looks familiar it's because I took another image at same location using a Minolta XE. Car served as "tripod" for the self-timer tripped exposure. One more: edge of parking lot (clearly shows typical light fall-off from the XA lens) Looking forward to seeing everyone's images.