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  1. #11

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    When you remove the film from the camera, immediately tension the roll--pull it tight and carefully stick it together tightly.

    Second step is to then keep it dark by putting it in a dark bag like a small black garbage bag.

  2. #12

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    Hmmm. Guess I'm lucky. I have never had a problem with edge fogging. I use Hassy film backs, and either load in subdued light or turn my back to the light source. I don't open the film package until just before I load it, and as soon as I remove the roll, I put it into an opaque black plastic roll holder that I is made and sold solely for holding 120/220 film. I develop all my own black and white film, which eliminates any problems from a lab, although labs that have processed C-41 or E6 films for me have done an excellent job.

    Now with the Holgas I used to own, it was a different story.

    Pat

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