It looks a bit over exposed to me. Try it at box speed first before making any light-meter adjustments or run a test to establish the optimum ISO rating for your camera.
I agree. Shoot box speed. Blindly reducing the film speed when you are not doing the developing is not a way to go. Reduce that film speed when you control the developing and printing and you have a real reason to do so. The overexposing possibly reduced the overall contrast.
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I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.