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    If you don't mind some scratches of if you work with tougher film stock the bucket method may work. Just unwind into 5 gallon buckets of developer, stop, and fix. I saw a video of someone doing it once with 16mm, looked like a total jumbled mess but was fine when they line dried it at the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newt_on_Swings View Post
    If you don't mind some scratches of if you work with tougher film stock the bucket method may work. Just unwind into 5 gallon buckets of developer, stop, and fix. I saw a video of someone doing it once with 16mm, looked like a total jumbled mess but was fine when they line dried it at the end.
    A 5 gallon bucket is exactly what I was envisioning! A friend developed a 16mm short film (movie) in a Paterson 8-reel tank in similar fashion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcc View Post
    Thanks for the offer, Duncan!
    After doing some Googling, I stumbled on the Nikon 750-frame F2. Holy cow! I'm trying to digest how to develop a 100' of film, let alone what to photograph with it.
    Aren't too many of those around; the 250 or 100 frame backs are quite a bit easier to come by.

    Nikor made 100-foot long spiral reels and tanks to go with them, and I have a set I could let you borrow if you pick up one of those 750-frame monsters and want to do this project ;-)

    Duncan

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