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    Wow, this site is amazing! Thank you everyone for the replies. Unfortunately I do not have the prints because I left them at the developer. I was using Fuji 200, no flash, shutter speed was 1/1000 or 1/500, MD Rokkor-X 45mm 1:2 lens, battery check was OK. Sounds like it was most likely the mirror not swinging up fast enough. I did have one shot into a light box at a lower shutter speed that was OK. Off to the camera shop for a CLA.

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    CLA, son. CLA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post
    Otherwise the problem is in the mirror not rising out of the way. If it is a mirror problem it would manifest at all shutter speeds, though it may be less an effect at speeds lower than the flash synchronization speed if the problem is that the mirror isn't rising fast enough.
    Some failure modes of the mirror is at the higher shutter speeds.

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    One question. Does the blackness begin on one side of thr print and then gradually and slightly lower as it proceeds to the other side?
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    the blackness begins about 2/3 of the way down the photo and is across the whole print

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    Still ascribe to the mirror/reflex action.

    Oh, and welcome to APUG.
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