Developed my first roll of 116 film (70mm film). Frozen film since 1948 [VIDEO]

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxKYKTlLj4U

    Check out my video. In a previous video I showed you how to load 116 / 70mm film onto Paterson reels without modification. But for my first roll of film I used a 116 film apron instead. You can find these film aprons on ebay, just look for Kodacraft film tanks, there's many sizes. Also the film apron works well in a Paterson or Jobo tank.

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    The Paterson modification for the 116 film was very useful. Thanks

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    That trick of reversing one of the spiral sides is so simple. 70mm look out, here I come :smile:
     
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    Uh oh... I think I just created a demand for 70mm film. shoot thought i had it all to myself lol