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    I never noticed the difference before. I checked my Fujicas and my Konica T3's and my Minolta SRT101's and my Mamiyas and my Spotmatics and they all wind the same way. I was beginning to think you guys were crazy. Then I checked my Canon F-1 and it winds the opposite way. To my way of thinking The F-1 take up spool winds counter clockwise and the others I mentioned wind clockwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    And there are cameras like the 35mm Rolleis that take up the film emulsion side out and load right-to-left (frame numbers upside-down).
    The old Exakta's wound film right to left but with the emusion side in. Has a nifty built in knife for going from one cassette to another for exposing less than a whole roll.

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