Developing tank for 116 or short 70mm rolls

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  1. StoneNYC

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    Hey guys, this is an "fr special" tank, I have two and don't need both.

    I got them in my quest to find a tank for 70mm. This will do 35mm(&828), 127, 120(&620) and 116!! Also it will do short rolls of 70mm since 116 is the same height as 70mm.

    It comes with the box, tank with reel, and the instructions which they cleverly made 120 in size (HINT: to all you cutters out there it's the perfect guide for cutting 120 strips from other size film).

    If you have some odd size between all those sizes, it CAN be left at that height as you can see the notches keep it specific but it's tight enough you could put it between them and it seem like it would stay.

    $10+shipping(which in the US would be about $22 in a normal flat rate box I think).

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    Hey, I have one of those -- can you tell me how the film loads into the reel? If mine is the same. you can't rock one side back and forth so I guess you have to just feed the film in and hope it goes all the way.

    Note to "cutters" taken - I haven't forgotten you! Maybe I'll try slitting some 70mm tonight.
     
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    I had something very similar a long time ago. As I recall, you make sure that the whole thing is bone dry, then feed in as evenly as possible. And don't stop moving the film for very long.
     
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    Yea it does not rock, you load it more like an SS tank, start from the middle and work outward.

    You can also push the film in, but you'll have to wear gloves to not get finger prints on it.


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    I actually have two of them, I just decided I'll let BOTH go, I have a PM for one of them.

    The second one doesn't have a box nor instructions.


    ~Stone

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    Bump!