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    You can cry to put on top, or between glasses cardboard with of size of hole little bigger than negative (example - cardboard size of 4x5 cm, hole size 26x38mm), that will hold negative tight to bottom glass. I did this on magnifax 3, no newton rings at all.
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    35mm is a pain for me also but curiously only Kodak negs, I have no problem at all with Fuji. AN glass makes no difference. I've been experimenting with something similar to what darkosaric, above, suggests. I make a thin shim just a little thicker than the neg which I then place next to the neg between the glass inserts, this seems to be enough to relieve the pressure between the neg and the carrier but still enough to grip the neg and hold it flat. I probably need to print a bit more before I'm confident this is a solution and I can start buying Kodak films again.
    Steve.

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