There are lot of images on FamilySearch, from digitized microfilm, that have neither been indexed, nor are part of a collection. An example would be found here...
This is the death certificate for Max Dennis (died September 4, 1993). NC death certificate images from 1931–1994 are available to view, but are not indexed and are not part of a collection.
This film is DGS 4164956. This image can only be found by going to...
1. FamilySearch Catalog
2. Searching under "Film/Fiche Number" for "4164956."
3. Click on "Death certificates,1906-1994 and indexes 1906-1967; still births,1914-1953; fetal death indexes,1950-."
4. Scroll down the page to "Death certificates no. 42500-45499 v. 42B-45A 1993" and click the camera icon.
5. Go to image 3024 of 3203.
I'm curious how others here would cite this image. Do you use the headings given above, or simply cite the DGS number along with the image number? Are explicit instructions needed in regards to step 3 and 4 above since they are somewhat intuitive?
Everyone's input would be greatly appreciated.