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    Without much effort, I routinely get 38 frames per roll of Tri-X on my M6. On my Canon A1 and AE1's I would sometimes get 37 pictures from a roll, never 38. My self-loading Canon A2e would always give me 36 shots per roll.

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    I accidentally got to 38 on my Canon TX today though it didn't feel like a full wind so I didn't shoot that last frame, I rewound from there in case 37 and 38 unded up overlapped. At first I feared I might have torn it off the roll but it rewound fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    You only get 38 frames, what a shame!

    This was called HP5 "Auto Winder" if I remember correctly. I know that I shot at least one roll of this in Panama Jan-Feb of 1983. Really nice to keep going past 36!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coffeehound View Post
    This was called HP5 "Auto Winder" if I remember correctly. I know that I shot at least one roll of this in Panama Jan-Feb of 1983. Really nice to keep going past 36!
    I used it once "back then".
    Apart from shotting "blind" past frame 40 or so, which I could have lived with, and cutting the roll in half to fit it on developing reels, which hurt miuch more, the film curled like crazy after developing: I wasn't able to make any contact sheets from it!
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