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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    was the kodak film open or sealed when you got it?
    A bag with five sheets were jammed in a box of Fuji. Fuji bag was unopened that was sharing the box was unopened.
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    there you go. continue with your tests but moisture may be the culprit. I've seen it before on the edges of sheet film that's been lying around. Since it sits so flat together, the moisture only gets to the edges and sometimes the film sticks together at the edges too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Consider obtaining a 3004 Expert Drum - 4 sheets
    What is the minimum quantity required for E-6 if the drum is to be used rolled by hand? I did 9 4x5" C-41 sheets in 3010 drum with a modified lid (epoxied cup) hand-rolled and it worked great, no marks whatsoever (every negative was contact-printed). The lid/cup takes 460ml. Will that do for 4 8x10" E-6 sheets in 3004 drum?

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