I spent a few days in Tasmania last week at the Freycinet Peninsula and took along some B&W film for my Hasselblad 500 C/M, and also dug out two rolls of Agfa RSX II 50 from the freezer. I expected a one stop extra exposure would be enough to compensate for the age of the RSX II. I collected the processed slide film today, and was surprised to see that one stop over was usually not enough, and I should have allowed about two stops. The film had a 2003 expiry, so it's probably not too surprising. I just thought I should share this if anybody else is shooting old Agfa slide film.