Not exactly the best weather, cloudy, but I have to test the camera.. Had it in Scotland, of course, and even if most of the pictures were taken late in the evening, they shouldn't had turned out as dark as they did.
Ok.. it might be me, but I doubt it.. Either the film, or the camera.. That way, I thought I'd buy a film, take those 24 pics, have it developed in an hour, and see what it turns out like.. if they turn out nicely exposed, it must have been the film. If they turn out dark, I'll have to find out what's wrong witht the camera.. The exposure meter, shows alright, so it shouldn't be the battery, but of course, it might be.. Lets hope it's nothing wrong with the electronics..
Not that I care that much about that, in a sense. Usually when I photograph, portraits mostly, I use it on manual, since it's a controlled enviroment, and measure the light with a separate meter and a Gray card. But the automatic mode of the camera, of course, is nice to have when you shoot landscapes and Tourist snapshots, to say the least. Kinda hard, and bothering, to run around measuring the light on a gray card all over a landscape.. lol