Re Fogged film. Today I ran a new test and got the worst possible results, No fog! I had shot half a roll in the magazine and then taped all the edges of the joint betweenthe magazine and the camera including the dark slide slot. with electricians tape . I continues shooting out doors in bright sunlight and then went into the darkroom and unloaded the film from the magazine and loaded it on to a reel all in a changing bag With the tank filled with developer and the lights out the film was removed from the changing bag and immediately immersed in the developer and the lid placed on the tank Processing was done for half the time before the rooms lights were turned on. The finished film was fog free. Looking at the fogged film I see a distinct pattern. The clear banks between the fogged area are also the distance of the reels center bars. This brings me to the question of is it possible I am getting after glow from my over head fluorescent lights which are about 4 feet away from the work bench. ( I have a tiny darkroom) And I vaguely remember replacing the tubes a couple of months ago , just about the time the problems started Any body else run into after glow problems? attachemtn enclosed ( I hope) . Sample of fog on roll film darkened edge is side normally facing up in the tank The reels are stainless steel Kinderman reels like Nikors .