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    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    I used to get 39.5* frames out of a Konica Auto S3 because of the very short length between the roll and the take up spool. But why stop at frame 36? Why not also shoot frame 'E'?

    * Half of frame 'X' plus '00', '0' and 'E' at the other end.
    Aaah - just the response I was looking for. So now on a mission to get to frame E after #36. Don't ask me why. I have no valid reason to want to do this.

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    I wonder if you loaded the camera in a changing bag, would you be able to squeeze 40 frames?
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    You only get 38 frames, what a shame!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    You only get 38 frames, what a shame!

    What is this?????? Is this legit? Me want!!

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    Of course, there is another alternative, half-frame cameras. But then you would want76 or 78 exposures.
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    BTW: the big kid in my avatar is my hero, my son, who proudly serves us in the Navy. "SALUTE"

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    I swear film used to be cut longer. I regularly used to get frames 37 and 38 in my Canon manual focus cameras but now it is tough to get the 36th frame sometimes. I can use the 00 and 0 frames but I swear I never had to do that before.
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    I once got 40 shots on a roll, but that was the point when I realized they were all on the first frame.

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    I am not sure if this is still available. Ilford HP5! I shot this in the late 70s (78 - 79?) in Germany. Very thin base, but very tough. When loading it on spools to develop you had to cut in the dark and possibly destroy on image. There was no tearing this stuff either, it had to be cut with scissors! Really a good film..
    Does anyone know where I might find some of the Agfa XL film? This was out about the same time that Iford XP1 came out. ASA (ISO) 125 -> 1600 on one roll.
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    Three Sony Mavica Digital cameras, and a Fuji FinePix S2800HD I got after the partner died.. HP Photosmart E327
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Rahman View Post
    What is this?????? Is this legit? Me want!!
    It is legit, but haven't made any for many years.

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    There was a special developing tank designed for it also.
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