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    Quote Originally Posted by Benoît99 View Post
    According to the Merriam-Webster's Dictionary (North America's most used dictionary) "guys" can be used as a plural noun to refer to both sexes.

    Welcome to the 21st century.
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    According To The 21st. Century, Digital Cameras, Can Be Used For Photographic Purposes !

    A gentlemen should never refer to a group of men, and women as " Guys "
    Or use a digital camera, unless he is photographing an item to be sold on Craigslist ...

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    I call groups of women guys all the time, nobody cares. Nobody has ever said anything. Some people are more sensitive than others I guess.

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    Well I've never been PC and I take measures to keep me from being infected.
    That is why us Southerners invented Yu'all.

    Did I say I was a Southerner, well I am, I was born in Cincinnati Yu'hear and we Southerners like our SS reels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Swensson View Post
    These any good? I see a lot of people say that only the Hewes reels are worth it in SS.

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    Wow, boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daleeman View Post
    Oh mabe this is a guys vs girls, steel vs plastic thing.

    I have achieved a few more reels in my day but I still have the first SS ones I got back when I was 17 years old. I did learn on an unusual device a crinkeled long plastic ribbon thing you would roll up into a coil with the film inside the role as you coiled it up. Might have been a Kodak product, my father had it, a Kodacraft tank?

    Anyway, Keep the SS reels. That is my vote.
    Wow, one of the rare occasions for me to have run into someone else who is familar with the Kodak film aprons! I still have the tank and aprons which I purchased new as a young teen, which had now been a very long time in storage -- maybe I can sell it as an antique in a few years

    Back on topic, once I learned from a professional industrial photographer how to load stainless steel reels when I was about 15, I never looked back. I tried ONCE to load a plastic reel when it was still wet (in the days before hair dryers were common and used to also dry wet film reels) and I gave up in disgust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daleeman View Post
    Wow, boxes.
    yeah if i buy and these are no good i will at least have some interesting boxes to add to my collection of old interesting ..boxes

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltw View Post
    Wow, one of the rare occasions for me to have run into someone else who is familar with the Kodak film aprons! I still have the tank and aprons which I purchased new as a young teen, which had now been a very long time in storage -- maybe I can sell it as an antique in a few years
    If we used these aprons as you called them, we are antiques.

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