[Konvas] To: Nicholas

Didier R. Steger drs at waloa.com
Tue Dec 15 04:09:59 EST 2015


Too much pain to use a morse G3. 

Film strip is easy to manage no mechanical part.



> Le 14 déc. 2015 à 22:20, Pierre Samuel Rioux <psrioux at gmail.com> a écrit :
> This kind of plastic with the curve on the edge let the chemical free to
> developing the film emulsion.It's also not let the film back get in contact
> with the emulsion side of the film.
> The only bad thing it's increase the room need to developing your film !
> The Morse G 3  developing thank the film touch the back of the film you
> have no space this why you need too turn the film to the end and then
> reverse the direction so the film move all the time to not made contact and
> get processed by fresh solution.
> Lomo got a nice thank made with a plastic reel with a grove slot in it to
> keep the film with a space for chemical ( expensive but one of the best )
> some have multi reel and a motor.
> I personally have a Morse G3 thank
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