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    Stainless reels with larger cores: may fit Paterson's central tubes?

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/551565...ic-Center-Core

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    Steel vs plastic

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    There's no particular advantages using Stainless steel reels anyway unless working commercially with deep tanks & baskets.

    Ian
    There is! When using 120 film and the camera or the film holder (as the Linhof Rapid Rollex) is placing the negative very close to the edge of the film, a plastic reel will touch the edge of the image during development and the friction causes increased density - very anoying if you want to print the full negative.

    This is what it looks like - took me a long time to find out why:



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    Yes you can. I had exactly the same problem as j-fr only in 35mm when using Diafine. They are also available here in the UK:

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