I wanted to experiment with some high speed black and white film, so I got my hands on a roll of Ilford Delta 3200. Unfortunately the highest ISO my Mamia registers is 1600. So I set it at that and exposed down a full stop, then had the developers push process it. That's all kind of technical and boring.
The more interesting stuff is being able to shoot in really low lighting conditions. I mostly shot landscapes in the early evening around Wellington. The results are pretty contrasty. I don't mind the look, it's great for making everything gritty and noirish, but my portraits turned out a bit soft and blurry, so I probably should have used a tripod. It seems a single small light source is not quite enough light. But low ambient levels work well enough. I have one more roll, I'll need to think on a better strategy.