Disturbance on developed film

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  1. JC1220

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    Since we have not heard back from the OP if the problem has been fixed, the issue can be from a number of things as can be gathered from the responses.

    As the OP stated, Old Camera, dark fields leading into the Negatives. Both strong indications of light leaks.

    Other options:
    Bromide Drag from too little aggitation
    Sprocket Surge (surge lines) from over aggitation

    I have even seen similar issues from using a dirty reels with too much wash agent left on them, causing increased development around the sprocket holes.

    Film being too tightly wound in the camera can cause this.


     
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    Development problem was my first thought. If it was a light leak, it would show up as a light area.
     
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    It is alot easier to shoot digital. Wonder when there will be a response from op?
     
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