So here's what happened. A couple Saturdays ago I shot a roll of c-41 film so cheap; I kid you not it comes in a white canister with black letters "27 exp. 400 ISO". (The stuff sucks fyi as all the colors looked seriously washed out when I tried it) With the intentions of processing it as B&W. The whole roll came out blank, except for the lead. That's not the whole part either, the last time I shot c-41 for my fiance's graduation (200 Kodak Gold I'm cheap, I know...) when I dropped it off at the lab the whole roll was blank too. It can't be my camera (at least I don't think so) because I've shot B&W in it but the color just seems tricky. I had the aperture set to 1.7, the shutter at 1/125 shot on a 50mm Konica hexanon prime. Hell, I even played with bulb opening it to a full second in the shop. Surely that should have come out, right? My sister thinks I over processed it. Which I disagree, because the base was clear. It was processed in 1:1 D76 at 70 degrees Fahrenheit for 9 minutes. If I have over processed it, fine, whatever those are pictures I'm not worried about. However, I do have a roll of Ilford Delta 400 with my parents 30th anniversary on it and I'm terrified it might not come out.