Probably a boring story, but I took it to Harvey Norman to be developed at someone's suggestion. No, we don't do that. Maybe that was just the city store. Fine I will have a look on the net. Ah variety store Big W develops films at quite a cheap price. Days later I took the film there. Sorry, Fuji is so slow at processing photos that we have a huge backlog and we are not accepting any new film at the moment.
Ok, I am going to sort this out today regardless and managed 8,000 steps trudging around the city. Across to Elizabeth Street where there is Ted's Camera Store, Michael's Camera Store and another I can't remember, and where I have bought my last two cameras, Digi Direct. A very pleasant salesperson told me it had already been developed and then showed me how he knew. I have never really looked at a roll of film.
You can see the codes here.
And see the punchouts here. Isn't that interesting, although perhaps you all knew it and I did not. Yes, the processing bit has been punched out. Somehow the film is put back and I guess we kept the roll in case anyone wanted copies. Surely it was the last hurrah for rolls of films for you average point and snap photographer. So sad that Kodak missed the digital photography boat setting sail about that year.