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    Film drying clip recommend please

    Hi, I'm looking for cheap film drying clip that don't leave any mark on film. Can anyone post a link? Thanks

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    I have metal clips with teeth that just goes into the sprocket holes, though I have no idea about the manufacturer since I bought them second hand, been trying to search on google without success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyair View Post
    Hi, I'm looking for cheap film drying clip that don't leave any mark on film. Can anyone post a link? Thanks
    I use either buldog paper clips or wooden clothes pegs, they never leave a mark on either my film or paper
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    I use wooden clothes pins, the spring-loaded kind. No marks on the film, but I attached them to the unexposed film ends, not to the actual exposed frames.

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    I use wooden clothes pins and metal binder clips. For 35mm and 120 I"m always clipping it to part of the leader that gets cut off anyways. If you are looking for non marking for large format negatives, I'm not too sure.

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    wooden clothes pins
    usually from the dollar store.

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    Film drying clip recommend please

    I used to use wooden cloths pins but they left sawdust/wood fiber debris... So I use the Paterson clips now for 35mm and 120/70mm and though they pierce the leader, that's cut off anyway, they don't leave streaks or drip water, are weighted, I'm a convert give them a try


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    Patterson. They have little pins that pierce the film. Great for sheet film as they can hold the film securely by a corner without getting into the image area.

    I find clothespins let the film slip.
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    Film drying clip recommend please

    Flipped clothes pins. I also have a plastic clothes drying rack that is basically a rectangular grid with 20 something rotating clothes pins attached to it, I clip my film there and wooden pins on the bottom for weight.

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