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Bulk Loaded film is film that is sold in long rolls (typically 100 foot / 30 meters, as a cheaper alternative to purchasing 24 or 36 frame cassettes. Segments of film are then transferred to cassettes in a dark environment (changing bag or dark room) .

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What causes these light leaks on bulk loaded film

I have several rolls with similar light leaks such as below, but more examples here and here. These rolls are all bulk loaded, in recycled canisters (meaning rolls that came from a lab which new film ...
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I accidentially exposed a bulk film roll from a bulk film loader. Are there chances of recovering parts of that bulk film?

I had ordered a used bulk film loader recently. And the person who sold it to me probably thought that a good thing would be to provide me the bulk film loader with bulk-film in it, intact. Not ...
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How to roll a larger bulk film roll onto a smaller one?

I have a big roll of 35 mm film and like to roll it onto a smaller roll so I can use my bulk loader. Concretely I have a 76m roll of Kodak Vision 3. Since I do not have any empty cores I am ...
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10 year old 35mm film roll 500T

Hello I have 50m of Fuji Eterna 500T from 2010. What ISO should I rate the film/canister? Should I rate it as an 200ASA or 400ASA?
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How do I safety check my bulk loader if I don't develop at home?

I bought a Computrol bulk film loader. How can I safety check my bulk loader if I don't develop at home? I have some 24 exposure rolls so on of my idea was to drag the film out and put it in the ...
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Taking photo with custom name [closed]

I am making a school management system, which allows students to be registered on the system along side with their photo. Every one know the pain of uploading single photo of 500 students.. So I ...
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When bulk loading film, do metal or plastic reloadable cartrigage leak less light?

vs. My intuition would suggest that the metal canister provides better protection against background radiation (especially if scanning or flying) and very bright light, but that it could get bent ...
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How do I avoid torn sprocket holes with bulk loaded film?

I've started to use bulk load film (Ultrafine 400) and I've noticed that after I've developed it the sprocket holes are torn and twisted. Any ideas or suggestions as to why this happens? I don't know ...
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