I'm relatively new to film photography and have just recently returned to it after a few years of inactivity.
I got a vintage point-and-shoot Diana F (the totally plastic one) and it takes 120 film. I was also gifted Lomography 120 film and it loaded fine but the modern film does not have numbers for my little red window that tells me what frame I'm on. It does have the phrase "DON'T THINK" upside down which appears as you roll — which I find rather ironic. Does anyone have a general rule of them for how many turns I should do for a full frame or should I abandon hope of using this film and buy a more clear cut and probably cheaper brand?