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    OK great. That rules out one problem. But there are several other potential issues. If I were you, I'd go to someone local or take a class.

    This may be of some help too:

    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...ual/index3.htm
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    I am still not convinced that your negative was overexposed although your prints are too light. Since you can only post a scan from your print and to the best of my ability, I think your negative was fine but just needs to be reprinted darker.

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    yes, maybe my negative was processed a little bit too bright for my taste.. anyway, i have one more roll waiting to get processed, which i burned right after these two test rolls were developed.. il just ask the lab to process it and scan it a lil bit darker..
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    Still waiting to hear what the negs look like. Is that first one darker or lighter on the negative strip?
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    il try to find out.. il take a picture of it and post it here...
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    1)If the film you used was ISO 100 and the camera was set at ISO400 for the first frame it was two stops under exposed.
    How did that frame come out?

    2)Did you have prints made? Or just scans?

    3)Who told you the camera was giving an incorrect reading and why?

    4)Try shooting a roll as 2f2f suggested. Use the box speed and meter setting. Don't try to "correct" it. Don't scan the images to CD, PRINT them, and then evaluate them.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    To have this situation on negative means more than one stop.

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