So, i went around Poland with my Yashica loaded with Rera Pan 127 film. Came back, developed some myself and some went to the lab. In both cases, on the majority of the negatives, i found white spots all over. Went to the lab and talked with my friend and super professional guy. Nothing wrong in the developing on his part. Nothing wrong with the camera either. He calls his equally nerdy friend and we all three look at the negatives. They def think it must have been the temperature affecting the film and when i tell them that the first one and a half week the country was flooded and the following one and a half week was hot and dry as hell, they are just about sure.
I never saw this problem when hoboing around with 135 film. The 127 film is more sensitive they say? I was told to next time fill my photo bag with little rice bags that suck out the moist… eh, well i can do that i guess
Anyone ever traveled through **** with delicate film and had the same problem? How to make sure you keep it fresh and protected? Sealed plastic bag and rice bags? Or do you have to travel around with a cooling bag?
Hope someone can help and that the post is not out of place