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Re: Eclair Cameras: A-minima loads
Ah....I've never seen an A-minima load, actually, so I was talking out my
Mark, I wonder if you could remove 1 of the flanges and flip the other 180
degrees to concoct a core adaptor for you mags?
Warren Yeager, SOC
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven Gladstone" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 4:28 AM
Subject: Eclair Cameras: A-minima loads
> If you are familiar with loading a core load then you will have no
> problems with the Aminima loads. They are nothing more than core loads
> with removeable daylight flanges.
Remember to remove the flanges as has been mentioned. The A-Minima load
is designed for a camera that has a small rubber wheel that slightly
spreads the Plastic Flanges where the film goes past. Theis is because
the Flanges are actually designed to seal against the film on a full 200
foot load, for additional light protection. Failure to spread the
flanges as the film enters can cause noise, and damage to the edge of
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