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    Quote Originally Posted by FilmOnly View Post
    I agree, Ian: the attempt to blame it on a dirty lens only shows their incompetence.
    How's the inside of the camera back look on the camera you used to shoot said film? It's totally possible this happened in processing of course but shit happens.

    If it's a black and white print you can always knife it and spot it. Probably not fiber tho.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    I usually look at the shutter curtain, etc., after taking a roll out, and, with regard to said camera, I do not remember seeing anything amiss. I had said camera cleaned and checked before I began using it.

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    The best lab I know of is the one in your house.
    I know how hard it is to get everything going (I've done it every time I moved for the last 30 years), but it's worth it if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Collier View Post
    The best lab I know of is the one in your house.
    Possibly not the one specifically in my house!! But a good point.

    If you do your own processing you have complete control. The only thing missing is someone to blame when it goes wrong!


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    Could be some dust in the camera, just floating around not having much to do except piss you off.
    Try a soft brush for the inside, under the mirror too. Then a blower.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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