Ok, a lot more to put into the equationi. At least the light was under control, two studiostrobes and no windows. But not the same lens. Maybe there is some difference betwen my 80 and my 150mm lens but I'm not sure so it could be a factor. Will try another film and new chemistry as well. But the normal outdoor shots looked good (as far as I can say) on the lab developed roll so I'm getting closer.
This was mentioned on another thread and I just thought of it, I don't know your camera but it was mentioned they with cameras that have leaf shutters, if you exceed the shutter speed, rather than see part of the frame completely black, you get a sort of underexposed center brighter image because the leaf shutter in the lens hasn't finished opening yet. Could this be what happened? Was the shutter speed too fast for the x-sync?
Just another thing to consider.
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