Hello All, I am about to give up on using 220 film due to the last images on a roll frequently being ruined by what I believe to be fogging caused by light leaking around the edges of the film after finishing it off and removing it from the camera. I have experienced this problem with both a couple of Rolleiflex 2.8Es, and two Mamiya 7IIs. I figured with a little experience, I would naturally get more adept at successfully winding-up and removing the film and the problem would go away, but even after shooting at least 100 rolls of 220, I still have these seemingly random light leaks causing bands across the last image or two of the roll. It happens with negative film, slide film and B&W film. I don't have this problem with 120 film. I load and remove the film in reduced light. If the roll comes out of the camera a little loose, I tighten it on the spool before putting it into storage. I've tried removing the roll immediatly after it has finished winding onto the take-up spool, and I have tried continuing to wind the take-up spool through approximatley a dozen revolutions after it has wound-up onto the take-up spool. Nothing seems to work. I prefer to use 220 film while traveling for space reasons, so I hope I can solve my problem. However, my upcoming mid-February trip to Canyonlands in Utah will be done exclusively with 120 film to avoid loosing images in this manner. What the heck am I doing wrong!!??