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    Ralph is right on the mark. I found the small holes a godsend when hanging the film to dry. When drying other 5 x 4 films you have to either use a peg that marks part of the image area, or use a Paterson negative clip with a sharp pin that goes through the film and this can be difficult to locate accurately with a sheet of wet film.
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    Note that the drying hook hole is on all Fuji negative sheet films, 4x5 and 8x10, black and white and color. It's not unique to the Acros QuickLoad version. Don't know why Fuji thought it was a great idea for negative but not E-6 sheet films.

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