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Re: Eclair Cameras: Cameflex base scratch
Good Feedback Schepperstop
For those who want to scratch test. I use unexposed film in hundred foot loads and inpect it with either a linen tester loupe at 10x or you can use an old lens off of a 16 mm projector or for that matter any cmount 50mm. Look through the front and it magnifies the film surface so you can see any minor defect in the surface.
Schepperstop´s technigque is great I use a similar approach but visually inspect the film without processing.
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From: CJ Schepperstop <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, July 14, 2003 12:29 pm
Subject: Re: Eclair Cameras: Cameflex base scratch
Here is the procedure of doing a scratch test. Run some new film
throughthe camera and stop the running before the end of the roll.
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