…or Canadian equivalent thereof.
This is Agfa APX 100.
It has also been baked by the airport bag scanner; proving once-and-for-all that x-rays are indeed dangerous. (Especially to poor, unsuspecting rolls of film!)
This one had a curious dark, wavy, ribbon-like line right down the middle of it. It was obviously partially shielded by something in the suitcase.
I am on the fence about whether to toss all of the remaining unexposed rolls and reuse the canisters (there’s about a dozen…) or just shoot and develop them and see what I end up with.
Flawed, but still fun!
On another note, this roll also represents the last official portrait of “eldest daughter” with all of her teeth!!