Thanks Peter! As an interesting aside, I'd actually been stupid enough to open the back before rewinding the film; the reason being I'd finished the film while out yet didn't want to rewind it immediately as I'd forgotten which of the letters on the dial on the base is the position for Rewind, so wanted to check at home first. And of course I forgot that, and just went ahead and opened it! Fortunately it was wound on very snugly so only the outermost turn or two of the film got fogged and the rest was just fine, after I'd rewound it into the cassette for proper removal and developing. My exposures were also a bit variable (just sunny-16 guesswork) and I'm not at all convinced I had the dev concentration correct; the strip of negs looked rather thin, yet they all scanned very nicely indeed, with enough detail in the shadows and highlights and loads of midtone contrast. Other than a small amount of work on black levels with a few to bring out more shadow detail, they needed no Photoshop cheatiing; I didn't even have to sharpen anything!
Black and white is very forgiving of idiots! Especially Ilford films, even though Pan F+ is reputed to be more demanding of correct exposure than FP4 or HP5.
Canon EOS30D, Sony NEX-3
Favourite M/F lenses: Nikkor 50/1.4 pre-AI, Zuiko 50/1.4, Flek 35/2.4, SP 35-80/2.8-3.8, Macro-Tak 50/4 preset *NEW* Jupiter-8 and more rangefinder lenses to come!
Favourite (and only) AF lens: Sigma 12-24