WTB: 110 developing reels

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  1. hpulley

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    I'd rather not modify my Paterson reels so if you have any 110 developing reels and tanks or SS Nikor tanks compatible reels or plastic Paterson compatible reels and can ship them to Canada, please PM me your price.
     
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    110/16mm reels

    I have one modified ANSCO reel/tank...I cut the central plastic down and it now spools 16mm/110...I also have one unmodified the same--I never use both since I got stainless 110 reels for regular stainless tanks

    email me if interested johnielvis@aol.com--thiese will take VERY long film lengths compared to the stainless ones

    also--I believe that Joe at Marquette Photo Supply in chicago Il still has some of the 110 stainless reels in stock...give him a call and see if he has them...as I recall--they were prinz--new in box, and like the price from the 70's.....two of them fit in a standard 35mm tank--this is all I use now. CALL him...he don't do email---he's real old....
     
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    Thanks, I'll see what Joe has.

    Yours are long, made for 16mm movie film I assume?

    Thanks!
     
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    reels--

    no--ones I have are made for roll film...up to 35mm length 36 exp..more than 5'...just they are modified to go even smaller than 35mm now, that's all---I was originally loading 16mm film from my minolta 16 submini in it---I was able to load one roll after another (with care)...by taping them together with a stiff piece of film at the joint....then I got the 110 stainless reels--much easier and smaller...
     
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    Thanks for explaining. Will try to remember to give Joe a call tomorrow.
     
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    So, the good news is that Joe answers email and has five SS 110 reels for sale.


    The bad news is he doesn't ship to Canada :sad:
     
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    I have these - I think it's a 110 reel, film seems to fit. Not sure what the disk is for, likely to keep it from sloshing around too much. Same dia as a Nikor 35mm.

    If it's not for 110, anybody have any ideas.

    PS I will ship to Canada :smile:
     

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    George:

    That disk looks like the one included with Kodak film apron developing tanks.
     
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    That makes some sense. I did find a Kodak tank/apron in the same box of stuff. So 1/2 the mystery solved.
     
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    Got one, thanks George!

    But I could still use 1-3 more to fill my 2 and 4 reel tanks so if you have some to ship to Canada please let me know your price.