From: Ryan Marino (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Nov 22 2007 - 21:02:38 PST
I think you are exactly right! I was using a filter a little while back and then decided not to put the empty filter holder back in since I was using film that didn't require a filter, I've not shot without the holder in up until this point and have never had an issue.
Such a stupid thing not to remember to do! I could have had some beautiful film.
Thank you Walleys!
Jonathan Walley <email suppressed> wrote: As a long-time Bolex owner, it sounds like a light-leak from a missing
filter holder to me. Several years ago I shot some footage without the
filter holder and got precisely what you are describing - a solid
blue-ish line of light on the right side of the frame. Light was
entering the body of the camera through the slot where the filter frame
engaged with the camera - between the lens and the camera body. This
would explain the fact that you're getting the line with multiple
lenses and that it is brighter when the light in the shot is brighter.
Two different answers from two different Walleys - I'm sure you didn't
Granville, Ohio 43023
On Nov 22, 2007, at 9:26 PM, Brandon Walley wrote:
> Hey Ryan,
> Pretty sure it was a flaw in processing. I have never had that happen
> with 16mm or a Bolex, but when I was shooting a lot of super 8, it
> happened to a batch of carts processed at a lab I won't mention
> because everything else they have developed for me was great. I called
> and talked to them about it, and they basically admitted that the
> "blue line" can happen from a flaw in the lab. I'm not sure what does
> it? Seems like something must be touching the film during a run
> through the chemicals??
> On Nov 22, 2007 3:24 PM, Ryan Marino wrote:
>> Has anyone else experienced this problem and could some one recommend
>> a good camera repair shop in NY?
>> My camera is a reflex 4.
>> thank you
>> -Ryan Marino
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