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Jan 03, 2016 19:15 as a reply to  @ post 17843215 |  #2596

Reels to develop roll film. :-)


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Jan 03, 2016 19:24 as a reply to  @ chris001's post |  #2597

Mine were plastic, not the fancy metal sets. I thought one day I would miss film. That day has yet to arrive :p



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Jan 03, 2016 19:29 as a reply to  @ jay125's post |  #2598

I find it easier to roll on the metal ones. That was how I was taught in high school. As long as it works, they are all good. :-)


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Jan 03, 2016 19:45 |  #2599

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I find it easier to roll on the metal ones. That was how I was taught in high school. As long as it works, they are all good. :-)

Agreed. The metal ones were much easier to roll. I did some processing earlier this year and bought some metal reels and tanks on eBay. My old ones are long gone, too many moves since old film days. I used to have tons of them, tanks, etc. Like riding a bike.


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Jan 03, 2016 19:59 |  #2600

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Jan 03, 2016 21:17 |  #2601

chris001 wrote in post #17843282 (external link)
I find it easier to roll on the metal ones. That was how I was taught in high school. As long as it works, they are all good. :-)

Plus the development was more even with metal. Looks like a 120 reel in there with the 135 reels. I still have some.




  
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Jan 04, 2016 10:37 |  #2602

first test shot with my new/used RB67 - checking for light leaks.

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Jan 04, 2016 10:43 |  #2603

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Jan 04, 2016 19:42 as a reply to  @ cubatahavana's post |  #2607

I like the B&W version very much!


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Jan 04, 2016 20:25 |  #2608

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Jan 04, 2016 21:19 |  #2610

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Just quality 35mm film cams:-) i had both the Oly and the Chinon;-)a:-):-):-)


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