Hi I pulled a roll of 120 vericolor III from my grandmothers camera of unknow age. But based on the picture (hard to recover) I found some kids we know who are in their 20's now. There seems to be quite substantial fogging of the film (base is quite dense as you'll see below. But there is also some fogging on the edges. Is this something caused by age, or light leaks? Perhaps the film unspooled a little from the roll and allowed light leaks? Camera was a Beier 6x9 This is a segment of the leader (scaled down). There appears to be sections which are darker than others (even though the edges are uniformly fogged). and this is a segment with a (probably underexposed) sample of the image camera is unlikely to ever be used again (I've got better 6x9 and large forat cameras) and everyone else in the family is better served by compact digitals.