I am crazy, I know. But I need a hobby. I have a Kodak Instamatic 500 and a couple cartridges I've been able to open without damaging. I also just yesterday got a Minolta 16 eeii for almost nothing (on lookout for a cartridge there that I can open as well). I don't expect much from that camera but it looks like a lot of fun. I've got a room in my house that, with a little modding, is a darkroom. On the Instamatic, after a bit of digging, I attempted and succeeded, in fitting some 35mm film into it with the backing paper on. But I'm not crazy about the sprocket holes going through my photos (camera works great, though -- if 126 film ever comes back I'd bet that camera will be a whole lot more expensive than I paid for it). So I just ordered a film slitter and it is going to take a 120 roll of film and cut it into an unperforated 35mm strip and a 16mm strip simultaneously for use in getting these babies working again. However, I have a problem with the 126: it still will need a single hole for each frame at the top for the camera to work right. I need some advice for the best way to accomplish this in the dark without damaging the film. Thanks.