Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/08/08

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: Developing Film in the Field
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2000 14:18:40 EDT

Dans un courrier daté du 07/08/00 20:53:45 Paris, Madrid (heure d'été), a écrit :

<< >< The question that now remains is how best to dry the film once it's
 >< been processed and washed.  Any suggestions?  Would just hanging it in
 >< my car work, or do you think there's too much chance for the film  to
 >< attract dust and dirt?
 >< > Happy trails,
 >< And Happy Trails to you ...
 >< --
 >< Shel Belinkoff
 >I'd take a happy paved trail and hang a roll from my antenna! Drive about
 >m.p.h., no faster on a clear nice day. And by all means turn on the radio.
 >Just might improve reception! But I'd stay off those rocky gravel roads.
 >might pick up too much added unwanted grain!
 >Mark Rabiner
 >Naturally if it was raining you'd get your film both washed and then dried
 >the sun came out!
I strongly suggest to rince the film using the flush toilets ( if available ) 
of the camp site . In this manner you will use less water . For drying , the 
king system is to lay the film over your car's engine after a good run ( V8 
engines dry faster of course ).
Just kidding                                           Jo GOODTIMES           

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