Some frames will be damaged, but when I have done that I just load each processing reel then cut the film and load the next reel. You have to weigh the time spend procuring long roll film, loading the back and processing it with the convenience of using conventional 35mm canisters. Sure, a lot can happen with your subject in the seconds it takes to re-load a 35mm canister in the camera, but what happens when you reach frame 250 of the long roll? These are the questions I have asked myself whenever I see those long roll backs that I lusted for in my youth.
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