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Re: filmscanners: OT: Film lengths was: Cleaning slides (PEC tips)

Laurie Solomon wrote:

> That is the safest conclusion.

> [mailto:owner-filmscanners@halftone.co.uk]On Behalf Of Maris V. Lidaka,
> Sr.

> So the conclusion is - don't try to squeeze out an extra frame or two?
> Maris

When mentally reviewing my own many thousands of rolls of film, I think 
I can honestly say that the labs I've used have done equal or probably 
more damage to frames within the "legal" frame areas (numbers 1-36), 
than to the "over 36" frames.  So, for me, the $aving$ of an extra 2-3 
frames per roll, and the number of times that last extra frame has 
either saved my butt, or been an unexpected keeper that I would have 
missed, says it has little to do with "safest conclusions".



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