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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74 View Post
    A properly sized pill bottle also works. There is one size that

    This one wins! I already have many of them here.... THANKS!
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    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Now, let's talk about which is better - the bottle that had antibiotics in it or one with cold medicine in it.... hum....
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    This Pelican Micro 1040 case is perfect for roll film: http://www.pelican-case.com/pelmiccas103.html

    It will hold 9 rolls as pictured below:



    The smaller Otter that I mentioned will hold 6 rolls. I have a larger Otter that will hold 20 or so rolls but the above two cases are ideal for backpacking.

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    ziploc for me

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    Same way I protect 35mm rolls, using suitable sizes of these:



    Know anybody that takes a lot of medication? Price is right

    I use them to store film, fasteners, ball bearings, camera parts, electronic components, you name it. They make great storage for anything small. My friends know to save them for me. I have shelves full of stuff in these.

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    +1 for the lowepro film organiser.

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    I carry all my exposed 120 rolls in one of the black plastic bags that Ilford paper comes in. These bags are very tough, light-tight in case one of your rolls unspools (which has never happened to me), lightweight, and cost nothing.

    Ian

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    Here's a suggestion that tastes good: you can buy mini-M&Ms in a plastic flip-top tube container that holds two rolls of 120 film. These come in various colors (though the candies are the same regardless of tube color) so you could actually color-code your film by buying appropriate colors.

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    I have a few of these little hard cases which where designed for six rolls of 35mm film, but can accommodate four rolls of 120 or a combination of both, they turn up on ebay from time to time:

    Nicest bit about them is that they are curved like a hip flask so they fit well in a pocket.
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    Has anyone ever damaged a roll of 120 carrying it loose in a bag or backpack?

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