I think I already know the answer but because of the suddenness I'm asking anyways.
Took the Canham out yesterday for a shoot. SoCal sunshine. Every shot had light leaks. Tested Film holders--they're ok. Took camera apart to make sure I didn't do something stupid (you know how you can put the bellows in wonky on a canham metal). It's fine.
Then I stuck a lightbulb in the camera with the bellows fully extended.
Uh. lots. LOTS. LOTS!!! of tiny tiny pinholes in the folds of the bellows. I've taken the camera out recently and didn't have issues but I haven't shot through the early-afternoon sun before.
Did I just get away with it because I wasn't shooting in harsh light? Do lots (over 25) of pinholes just happen randomly?
And, is there someone that can rebuild my bellows instead of me shelling out $400 for a new set from KB Canham?