Hey all. I got this nice little Canon EF camera at a flea market (love how its built like a tank) and decided to shoot with it for a day to test it out. About 6 shots into my roll the lens fell apart . Luckily I caught all the screws. A quick trip to a 99cent store for some tiny precision screws fixed that problem. Then I took the film in to a pharmacy for a CD transfer. As I've been told, the thing about film is you never know how your pictures are until you develop them... Maybe I should use a notebook for the next roll? I'm posting the pics below because I'd just like to know what settings i'd need to make them better. First six shots with loose lens came out badly as expected. Some of the rest are here (shot with kodak ISO200 film): This one came out fine. It was a rainy and foggy day. Another one that came out fine. This is the original, but I've already done some gamma correction and contrasting on it to fix it. Film + light bulbs = no good??? Shot at f/1.8 at 1/15th shutter speed. Gotta love the DOF on these primes. I have about 7 pictures like above. What the heck is making it so bright? I shot them all at f/8 and 1/60 shutter speed. One more question: what's the ASA switch for and how does it affect my pictures? I left it at 200 the whole time.