In my last post I shared my new Agfa Isolette. I didn't mention one surprise about the camera, it came with a roll of film in it. I dropped it off last week to be developed crossing my fingers there would be some images on it. But no luck it was blank. Instead you just get a photo of the roll.
I did however learn some interesting things about the film and maybe my camera. The roll was Ansco All-Weather film. I have no idea if that is color or black and white. But I did find out, according to wikipedia that Ansco made their film in Binghamton, NY (which is the southern tier of New York state, where I grew up). And that they were owned by German Afga (which the camera is) until World War II. So if nothing else this was a good history lesson.
Next up? Deciding if I want to try to repair the locked focus ring myself, or send it out for an $80 repair!