I dont think its an issue to do with light piping at all, i shot my first roll after loading it in a room full of artificial light from fluorescent lamps.
Originally Posted by Simonh82
I did suffer light piping, but only made the edges of the sprocket holes an orange like colour.
The images itself were perfect and my sample shots i posted here display that.
Ive loaded my second roll in the dark as a precaution, but dont feel its 100% necessary.
All Fuji Films are made with a polyester base as far as im aware, and it doesnt seem people are reporting this yellowing issue with their films.
Unless this polyester base in the AGFA stock is ultra clear and allowing more light through?
True, but i thought pretty much all films today had switched over to polyester, mainly because of its long term stability, it does not degrade or break down, well at least not for hundreds of years :P
Originally Posted by wblynch
The old acetate films were often subject to vinegar syndrome.