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    Tech Pan Rolls

    Quick question, y'all.
    Will a 150' roll of Technical Pan fit in a Watson 100 bulk loader ?
    Thought since the film base was thin it might work.
    Any recommendations ?
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    Yes it fits, due to the thinner base the diameter is about the same.
    D-76 is a standard developer, although not one I use.
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    It will fit if you send me 50' of it.

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    100' of tech pan...is that something one could still get someplace if they were willing to pay? just curious...

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    Tech Pan Rolls

    Yes, you can buy them occasionally off eBay. Single rolls also show up periodically.
    Gary Blackshare

    Nikon F2, DP-1
    Various Nikkor lenses,
    20 - 1000mm
    Mamiya RB67 Pro S
    90 f3.8 C, 180 f4.5 C,
    250 f4.5 C


    He who laughs last is worth two in the bush.



 

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