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Pix have a thin black line on top

Please Help, when i have film developed the pics come back with a thin black line on top of all pictures, camera is about 3 yrs old but hardly never used, what i'am i doing wrong ????

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If you were shooting with flash, it's probably your sync speed that was off which is why you would have a black line.

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PROBABLY NOTHING! BUT FIRST WE NEED TO KNOW SOME THINGS. HOW OLD WAS THE FILM? WHERE DID YOU TAKE THE FILM TO GET DEVELOPED? HAS THIS CAMERA DONE THIS BEFORE? SO MANY QUESTIONS AND WE NEED TO KNOW THE ANSWERS BEFORE WE CAN DECIDE WHAT IS REALLY WRONG! FIRST WE NEED TO GET THE SAME FILM, SAME ASA, SAME SPEED, UNLESS IT WAS OLD AND THEN ITS A RED FLAG RIGHT THERE,BUT IF NOT ON WE GO, SAME PICTURES, WELL NOT THE SAME PLACES SAME NUMBER,JUST MIX UP A BUNCH, AND THE SAME DEVELOPER, WITH THE SAME INSTRUCTIONS ,IF ANY, AND FINALLY THE INSPECTION TO SEE IF THE SAME LINE IS THERE OR NOT, IF IT IS ,NO WORRY, I HAVE AN IDEA ON IT, BUT NOT RIGHT NOW AND SPOIL THE FUN! FIRST WE HAVE TO SEE IF IT DOES IT EVERY TIME THE SAME WAY AND THEN WE CAN SPRING THE CONCLUSION THAT IS MIND BOGGLING! CONTINUE ON WITH THE GOOD WORK AND WHEN READY, REPLY BACK TO: ARCLIGHT1217 WITH RESULTS. REMEMBER- KEEP EVERYTHING AS CLOSE TO THE FIRST SHOOT AS POSSIBLE. OH ALRIGHT, YOU CAN WEAR DIFFERENT CLOTHES! ALSO NEED TO KNOW THE TYPE OF CAMERA PLEASE,UNLESS THAT'S IT AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE? EOS REBELG11?

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