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    A great clue just come up. I shoot a second roll today and when loading I normally cut the leader of the film. After loading the film and turning the lights on, I pick up the piece and say two brown marks, one in the same location and with the same shape.
    I think it is made by the film leader beeing rolled in the can and in contact with the lighttrap opening of the canister.
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    Aha! That might appear to fit the symptoms.

    There is always an explanation -- but sometimes not from ordinary mortals!

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    No, it won't. Then you had some metallic silver already before exposure. In the end that would give a higher density in the negative.

    Though, if the darkening was not metallic silver, then one could argue about solarisation again due to hat preexposure, but theoretical reasoning speaks against this....
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    And Agx makes a turn in the plot! Just kiding, tomorrow I will try to take a photo of the leader and post here, so to one see!

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    Here it is, sorry for the quality of the photo:

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