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120 film case - 5 pack

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120 film case - 5 pack by schlem Jun 4, 2017

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It's probably not light-tight, but it's pretty close. Wind your film tightly on the uptake spool, and you will have no problems.


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What is the difference between the 3 versions, and which is the best? Loving all your designs by the way... Have just printed a 35mm terrapin camera and will be giving it a whirl soon. Expect more comments from me as this is my first time into pinhole photography!

There's a couple differences, one cosmetic, one functional. The sliding cap was a Ver1, available with and without knurling on the barrels. The better design (IMO) is Ver2 with the snap-fit cap. It is more light-tight, and, by virtue of the interlocking cap, crush-proof. I think it looks better too.
Thanks for the kind words and I hope to see your camera/photos soon!

Any chance of a 2, 3 or 4 roll version?

Good idea! I could probably make that happen. Remind me if you don't see something. I'll try to reply to this comment when I get to it.
Todd

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