Hi all, So after my thread on the Nikon F3, I've found out it's more my developing and also user error that's been the issue than the actual camera. That being said, I've found that I like to develop 2 or 3 rolls in one shot (usually 2. Don't have the large measuring cups for 3 rolls = 1000ml in this tank). However I find that sometimes my images get streaks or some areas are more devloped than others. I try to be as cautious as I can when agitating the 2 rolls but find the water sloshes around inside the tank (which could fit 3 rolls). Here's how I develop: Ilford DD-X Developer on Ilford Delta 400 Film @ 1600 ASA I time for 12 minutes and 30 seconds of development. Pour developer in and wait 30 seconds until the 12 minute mark. Once the 12 minute mark hits, I invert slowly 4 times (About 1 inversion every 5 seconds) Every minute mark after that, I invert slowly 4 times. 90% of the negs are usually okay but some seem a bit washed out. So I guess in summary I'm wondering: Should I be using a smaller tank for less negatives? Or using solution to fill the entire tank (and not just the amount needed for the roll, which is 290ml of developing solution per roll? Thanks in advance!