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    VERTICAL BANDS ON B/W FILM

    After develop a b/w film, there are vertical bands all along the film. In think it's due to an incorrect threading of the film in the spiral. Can anyone help me?

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    Welcome to APUG.

    You'll need to post an example as it's near impossible to guess the nature of the problem,

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    Between the sprocket holes?

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    Welcome to APUG as well from Bangkok!

    Also could be "stress marks" caused by rewinding film the wrong way; as Ian commented, if you can post an example it will be extremely helpful to pinpoint the exact cause.

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    I experienced vertical banding when my shutter went out of whack. If your using a rangefinder camera with vertical traveling shutter then it may be a shutter issue.
    Chris Saganich
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