Question about Minolta Maxxum STsi QD 35mm SLR Camera
The black border around your film is the part that did catch light. The light on dropped on a negative film comes up black. If the cassette the file was in had a leak, and it was in bright light, that could be the culprit. But if a second silk also has a black border, check the camera, if there is a possibility light can come in on the back.
Posted on Jun 19, 2014
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