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    These dollar store finds work great for me:
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    Film drying clip recommend please

    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    These dollar store finds work great for me:
    Whoa!!!! That's great!


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    Film drying clip recommend please

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    These dollar store finds work great for me:
    You'll never guess what I saw this weekend at the "Vermont Country Store" on my mini weekend vacation this weekend!!! For only $5!!

    Doubt I would have noticed this if I hadn't seen your picture Matt, so thanks!




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    You are welcome.

    Be sure that they grip firmly (I had one that didn't).

    They are actually heavy enough to work for the bottom as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    You are welcome.

    Be sure that they grip firmly (I had one that didn't).

    They are actually heavy enough to work for the bottom as well.
    yea I'm not sure they are the same as yours, as they don't have a cheap feel at all and the springs are really really strong/tight, so I was very excited to find them, I think i'll still use the Paterson if I only have 1-2 strips of 120 as I really like the weight and how the film dries nicely with no worry of a drop of water sliding down from the pins... but if I have a lot I'll use these, they seem perfect for 35mm though. Thanks again.

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    I use these - not this exact one, but lots of very similar out there.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Curtain-Ho...item35c579e13f

    They DO mark the film/paper as they have a strong grip, however you can grip with 1/8" - 3mm of contact so the contact point is well outside the image area. I also clip one at either corner of the hanging negative strip to keep it straight.

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