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Re: [Rollei] yellow meta cans

I knew people in San Francisco in the late 60's who found them great for
storing/carrying grass.
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Jim - http://www.hemenway.com

Don Williams wrote:
> At 10:20 AM 5/3/2003 +0100, you wrote:
> >Hey Dale,
> >
> >I've still got some of those . . .
> >
> >regards,
> >Bob
> >Cornwall (U.K.)
> I think we all do.  I used to store silica gel packets in them for diving
> trips.  I put one in the housing, and one in a bag with a couple rolls of
> film.  Worked great.
> I think the plastic ones are probably water tight also, especially those
> semi-clear ones made by companies other than Kodak.  Just as a matter of
> interest, our primary photo store saves those for folks like us who like
> the little critters since we can see what's inside.
> In the olden days, there was a rumor that if you didn't put film rolls
> (35mm and roll film) inside another container, they could be exposed on the
> edges and/or ends by sunlight.  I think that was true then.
> Don Williams
> La Jolla, CA