I am exeriencing light leaks on bulk loader film. And I would like to have a little help figuring out where they come from... Bulk loader: Lloyd Cassettes: plastic screw top. Leica M6 if it matters.... The light leak shows always on the end of the roll about 10 frames from the tail. What puzzules me is that 1- It appeared on rolls coming from different cassetes, with two different types of film, Plus-X and Tri-X ( I switch them when needed since I have only one loader ) The logical answer would be a leak on the loader BUT, if it was the case, it would show more than one time per 36 exposures rolls... since the roll itself make more than one revolution... My hypothesis: It is when the film is actually loaded in the cassete that it should be exposed to a light leak.... Maybe the hatch is not fully light tight? Maybe the camera? but I think Leica bottom load are not really prone to light leaks and It never happened on regular rolled cassettes... I really don't understand this, all differents factors are not coinciding... Any ideas?