Question for experienced Lloyd's bulk loader users.
I just got in my Lloyd's bulk loader from Freestyle and 100ft of Kentmere 400. My interest lies in making short 10-shot rolls so I can switch film out rapidly.
The label on the front of the device recommends 13 cranks for 10 shots which makes sense, but I'm not sure how much I should allot for a header and how much I ought to allot for a lost partially exposed last-frame. I tried some spare already developed film in the loader and I found that I can minimize the exposure on the trailer pretty well when taping it onto the spool, but the front is what I'm worried about.
I'm just curious to hear what those who have more experience with bulk loading do. I did a search but I couldn't come up with any discussions which matched my question.
Thanks very much!