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    Arrg! Where is tge tape at the end of the roll?

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    Did you type that with your nose while your hands were in the dark bag?

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    It's attached to the part of the film you just felt tearing.

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    I you'reusing my Rolleiflex, it's stuck behind the pressure plate ;-)
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    Nope, not behind the pressure plate. But it is a mere Yahica-Mat.

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    And no wads of paper in the film chamber. May I assume that they still put the tape at the ends of the rolls? (Well, generally.)

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    This is actually kind of a pisser.

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    My former Yashica mat 124 did the same as the Rollei.

    I agree it's a bummer.

    I now keep some elastic bands in a 135 canister in my bag, and found the Rollei 120 canisters to be VERY useful as way to securely store the exposed film even when it's HP5.
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    I found it! It had glued itself to the backing paper.

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    Phew. I was considering calling for a boycott of Kodak over the missing paper ring.

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