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Old 21st May 2015, 12:37 PM
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I don't do it now but in the past I have hand rolled 35mm film from bulk. I had a strip of hardwood with panel pins set at 23" (12 Exp) 41" (24exp) and 60" (36 exp).

I never ever had a problem with scratches, dust or whatever.. Always use metal reloadable cassettes because plastic creates static and attracts dust and dust as we should know can cause scratches.,
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