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RE: Eclair ACL loading an ACL mag--aminima style

The A-Minima loads cost the same as Kodak stock on 200' daylight metal
spools and for several of their emulsions, it is the only 200' load
they offer.  So if it works, great--no metal spool scraping in the

Be careful about daylight loading anything.  Do it in as dim a light
as you can.

Wade K. Ramsey, DP
Dept. of Cinema & Video Production
Bob Jones University
Greenville, SC 29614

cinesota@yahoo.com 11/2/01 12:20:31 AM >>>
Of course they are ridiculously expensive. It's Kodak filmstock!

But seriously, they cost a little over half of what a 400' film load

cost, about $65.  They ship on a 2" film core just like a 400' core
load does, the only difference is they have these funky plastic daylight flanges attached to the core. They are removable. I just snap them off when I'm in the changing bag, but you can leave them on and load in the daylight.

Marc Syp wrote:

Aren't the A-Minima loads ridiculously expensive?

Also, are they shipped on a core or a daylight spool adapted

Marc S.

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