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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinthe View Post
    thank you Q.G. that was really helpful.

    Shangheye: I didn't say that the dark line is a light leak, i was talking about the lighter edges.

    Sorry for that misunderstanding...same point applies, if it is not on the rebate, it is unlikely to be a light leak...rgds, Kal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangheye View Post
    Sorry for that misunderstanding...same point applies, if it is not on the rebate, it is unlikely to be a light leak...rgds, Kal
    No, Kal.

    If it is not on the rebate, it could still well be a light leak.
    As explained, the typical dark slide slot leak can't reach the film under the edges that create the unexposed rebate, because it is under the edges that create the unexposed rebate.
    So it's not a good indicator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    No, Kal.

    If it is not on the rebate, it could still well be a light leak.
    As explained, the typical dark slide slot leak can't reach the film under the edges that create the unexposed rebate, because it is under the edges that create the unexposed rebate.
    So it's not a good indicator.
    Point taken QG...I have never experienced such a light leak, but I can see what you mean..K
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    I'd start by agitating way less... it could be the 120 equivalent of sprocket hole surge, being right next to a large area that is undevelopable (the clear border). Try agitating 1x per agitation cycle and then slamming the tank a little when you put it down. Most people overagitate and bring lots of problems on themselves...

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    Is there bare metal visible in the film back around the opening or perhaps in the camera body between rear curtains and film back? That could reflect some extra light to film.

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    No i don't see any metal. I will try to agitate less next time

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