Most hospitals have a rule. The caregiver has to read the medication order, the patient's wristband and the container the meds come in. All three have to match, exactly, before giving anything to the patient, even if they've given the patient the same thing 100 times.
Maybe that would be overkill for us but I still try to make sure I read the label before I pour anything.
Haven't made a mistake yet... At least not that I would admit. ;)
One further version of the wrong chemical at the wrong time mistake:
Pre-wet rinse - stop bath/rinse - fixer.
Gives the same high quality result as the fixer - developer - stop bath approach :whistling:
Sorry OP, not wishing to be cruel and I am sure this hasn't happened or you'd have known about it instantly but I couldn't resist the comment
Well, better than a problem in the bedroom.:whistling:
Are you sure there's nothing there? Delta 3200 isn't really that fast, so metering it as such often means underexposed negatives that are incredibly thin, especially if you're shooting in low light.