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    If it is a factory case... it is VERY unlikely that the re-seal is light tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
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    So are you a woman? Or is your avatar just a great photo of a woman?

    Cheers and I appreciate and am embarrassed by your observation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    If it is a factory case... it is VERY unlikely that the re-seal is light tight.
    Huh? I've retrieved a lot of accidentally rewound leaders from factory film and never had one fog the film, even TMZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Huh? I've retrieved a lot of accidentally rewound leaders from factory film and never had one fog the film, even TMZ.
    OP reposted saying he took apart the magazine... Ilfords from the 1980's were the only re-usable ones I ever ran across. You are correct that taking theleader out throught the felt should not damage the film... although I always do it in low light never outdoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    So are you a woman? Or is your avatar just a great photo of a woman?

    Cheers and I appreciate and am embarrassed by your observation!
    No, I'm a man. And that's a photo of a great woman (and a great dog). Not so sure if it's a great photo of a great woman.

    Sorry, I didn't mean to embarrass you.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5tf5RbKpMw

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    The only way I've done it for years.
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    Use a Dymo labeling strip.

    I was shown a neat trick with a Dymo labeling tape. Those are those label makers that people use to put a label on a tool box or drawer that says 'screwdrivers' or some such. You peel off the sticky tape on the plastic label and insert it in the film canister. Wind the film a little until you see it pulling the Dymo label into the canister. You know now that it is sticking. Then pull out the Dymo tape and out will come the film. Nothing to it. I have done it several times. Or you can buy a $7.00 retreival tool. I prefer the 1 cent piece of tape.

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    Here is what a Dymo looks like with the tape sticking out. Ric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    OP reposted saying he took apart the magazine... Ilfords from the 1980's were the only re-usable ones I ever ran across. You are correct that taking theleader out throught the felt should not damage the film... although I always do it in low light never outdoors.
    Oh ok that makes sense and I agree. I seem to recall that Agfa had some that were reusable too.

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