Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/07/05

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Subject: [Leica] film handling question
From: wharting at (bill harting)
Date: Mon Jul 5 08:01:17 2004
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One may never be less than vigilant, but scratches seem not to be a problem
with me with Leica cassettes. On the other hand, the regular reloadables,
like Kalt, I do keep track of and regularly replace. Each roll I develop I
note which cassette it came from.

bill h
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From: "animal" <>
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Sent: Monday, July 05, 2004 8:56 AM
Subject: [Leica] film handling question

> After reading the instruction,s for the loading of the Leitz
> again) i,ve been playing with it ,the film cutting template and a loading
> reel.
> It seems that the whole process is easier to do with these casettes then
> with prerolled ones. Especially liked the ease of transfering the film to
> the developing reel.
> However the film passes through one,s hands a lot .
> Does one have to be extremely carefull not to leave any marks?
> best regards
> simon jessurun
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