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#1 Geovane Marquez

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 01:41 PM

One more thing, I just experienced this for the first time, I accidently didn't tighten up the loop, and the film got all scrambled up, it was a 100 ft B&W double X Negative 250 IE. I fixed it but not sure if my film is ruined. I opened the mag in daylight on set, are just the top perfs on the stock ruined or all of it?
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#2 Marcos Herrera

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Posted 30 August 2009 - 04:17 PM

Depends. If it's on a plastic core, it's scratch film now. If it's on a daylight spool, black metal ring that surrounds the film, it's still good.
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