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    Rewind the film and shoot it again.
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Will be developing over the coming weekend, will share the results.

    Cheers

    Raffay

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    I think I might be on to a record here, my mother in law found a few old undeveloped films, two of them looked like they weren't shot (leader was sticking out) so I shot them this year. Turns out my now wife shot them in university some 15 years ago and now there's pictures of our kids on the same film.

    Goes to show how great the longevity of kodak consumer films is.


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    It would be nice if the OP would tell us or show us how the double exposed negative turned out.

    pentaxuser

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    Hi Raffay,

    You would develop normally, and maybe have a pleasant surprise. Maybe two-headed cousins if you are lucky.

    I personally don't shoot the other sheet, just in case I made a mistake about making a mistake, I don't want to compound the problem.

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