The happy news: I received yet one more camera today, a lovely Singapore-made Rollei 35 SE. The bad news: The first test film kept going on and on forever, and rewinding it was only a matter of "a few frames". On closer examination, the perforation of the film seems to be torn. Offering up this film and trying a bit more: sometimes it advances without a problem, sometimes the sprockets in the camera just rip a few sprocket holes in the film to create one big sprocket hole . Tried to search APUG and the rest of the internet, but couldn't find much about it. So, maybe it's just me. I'm using 10 year old FP4+. No problem with fogging or whatever so far. But maybe *this* is a problem of somewhat older emulsion: more prone to breaking? Could that be? Or am I just doing something wrong? Or could there be some problem with the Rollei? It's a lovely camera, but with this problem, it's not going to be used... And that's what I bought it for: to use it! Any ideas, anyone?