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Thread: Curled film

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    Hi Guys ,

    Thanks for the help,

    I'm off to bed now as it's nearly 1 am local, so I wont be able to post replies until 7pm GMT Thurs.

    Burkie

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    Well if you can flatten them out with an anvil or two and a dictionary, then cleaning them might be easier. I would first clean the base of the film using some cleaner of sorts and touch the base side only if need be.

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    Hi Guys ,
    Again thanks for all your help,I found some over exposed negs which I shall use as tests,I spoke to an 80yr old local pro photographer & he said he often had to clean old negs coming into him for developing and he used wetting agent to clean them and never had probs of the emulsion lifting,but he's gone digtal now.He also cycles about 30 miles a day to keep in trim!!

    FYA ,I did manage to upset him,a friend of mine inherited a 1952 Canon rangefinder model 1V-S2 with collimation probs,on asking his advice he said he only had an old Nikon rangefinder c1952 but had loaned it to a nearby amateur dramatic group some years ago ,it was never returned!!

    There was one sold on eBay this week for US $ 6000 his was also an SP !!!:o

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