Hi APUG, Long time no see. I had a portrait shoot this past weekend and shot Portra 160 on my MZ-S. Shoot went great, and right after dropped the film off at a local pro camera shop for processing. Picked up the film today and noticed the proof prints I had were off color and exposure. Nothing that was outside the realm of possibility (shooting in shade so color was a little off, and perhaps I didn't rate the film quite where it should be, plus the people are black so maybe the Frontier they used is not used to black people). However, when I looked closer (and yes I will admit, I had the film in my Plustek s****** for proofing), I saw pinholes and scratches on the negatives. These pinholes look too regular to be caused by poor processing (they almost look mechanical). I have attached a screenshot of what one set of these pinholes look like. The pinholes affect perhaps 10 shots on 2 rolls (rough estimate based on viewing them against a bright lamp) There are also scratches along both rolls. The pinholes have completely removed the emulsion, but the base remains. Any idea what may have caused this? I would like some artillery when I go back to the camera store tomorrow. I don't want them to blame my camera unless that's literally the only thing that could have caused this issue. What may have gone wrong? I have had precisely 0 issues with my Pentax MZ-S scratching film or pinholing.