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    I bought a "Suit Bag" from Orchard Supply Hardware two weeks ago. I have dried 9 rolls of 120 in it so far. It works great. I leave the film in there over night and it is totally dry by morning. No need to use a hair dryer, etc. Cost me $10.99 + tax and it'll hold about 10 rolls at a time.
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    I've always considered the garment bags to be a great value. My BB&B canvas garment bag is quite decent, fairly well constructed, and inexpensive. The material breathes well and it keeps dust out effectively. However, what irks me about it is it's off-by-a-few-significant-inches height which always makes hanging 135-36 film more of a chore than it needs to be. It's also just a bit too wide in the space department.

    Recently though, due to a recent CL deal that could not be passed up, I've moved on to something else.

    So with that being said, out with the "new":


    And in with the "old":




    Guess how much it cost me?

    100$!!

    It's almost criminal.
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    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

    http://www.flickr.com/kediwah

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    I've got a Kindermann 1-3 reel dryer about the size of a shoe box. I just dump the reels in the dryer straight out of the last rinse and let it blow for 45min or so. Bought it for 40€ from a friend gone d****tal. No more dust problems. I'm happy as a clam.

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