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Re: [Rollei] Film washing technique



Jerry,

Damned if I know but I would try putting a few of them together as a lot on 
ebay.  Say what you like but it is the most efficient forum ever (short of 
dark alleys and red lights) for bringing buyers and sellers together.  You 
may be surprised.

David

At 09:05 PM 5/2/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>David
>
>I have accumulated quite a few of those old screw-top film cans.
>
>Are they worth anything?
>
>Jerry
>
>David Seifert wrote:
>
> > Dale,
> >
> > I remember the metal film cans with yellow screw tops.  As I recall they
> > were actually gasketed and relatively moisture proof.
> >
> > I actually do remember real hypo too, just having a little fun.
> >
> > Best,
> >
> > David (not so young anymore either)
> >
> > At 11:44 PM 5/2/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> > >You know how to make a middle ageed life long photographer feel very old
> > >with that comment. My first time printing I used Sodium Hyposulfate and
> > >not Sodium Thiosulfate.  But then I also used Kodak products in cans. My
> > >favorite was the yellow metal caps on the 35mm film can, none of the
> > >plastic stuff.
> > >
> > >Dale
> > >
> > >
> > >>   Hypo is slang for the active agent in fixer which is currently Sodium
> > >> Thiosulfate.  Way back when these things were getting their nicknames
> > >> fixers used Sodium Hyposulfate.  Or so I have been told by those who
> > >> claim to remember <g>.
> > >
> > >
> >
> > Best Regards,
> >
> > David Seifert
> > dseifert  

Best Regards,

David Seifert
dseifert  

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