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    Did this just happen on one roll? It may be the place you had it developed at. I took a batch of about 5 rolls to be developed recently and they all had horizontal scratches across the whole roll. Different films, different cameras, same problem.

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    no, every roll(so far 3). I have processed them all myself. And all the rolls are from different batches, different films, etc....

    and its in the same place in every neg I see it in.

    -Dan


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    From what you describe, it sounds like the camera. Check the inside of the camera, using your pinky finger. Because you use your index fingers and thumbs all of the time, they're not that sensitive. Running your pinky finger around the inside of your camera will let you pick up little imperfections. As always, also check for film chips stuck inside the camera.

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    well, I got my trusty scalpel out and carefully removed some little plastic ridges that were right near the film frame on the inside, right by the rails.

    I'll be shooting and processing a test roll tomorrow, so hopefully this will fix this problem, and not having me worry any more

    i've been doing some searches on flickr and other forums, and I haven't seen any other pictures from anyone else's T4 that had this problem.

    anyone else have any ideas of what could have caused this?


    -Dan


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