This is what happens when you shoot a roll of Double X

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  1. gsgary

    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Twice by mistake, i knew i had a roll missing from my holiday but couldn't find it because i had reloaded it

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    Here we go, now Gary is in double exposure thing. Twice the fun.
    On the other hand your marking of exposed rolls sucks. :bouncingsmileys:
     
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    I usually put the exposed rolls in my pocket but must have put it back in the bag
     
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    Knucklehead! Do you not rewind the leaders all the way back into the cartridges? It would seem so, at least this once! Oh well, double exposures are often pretty cool. This one's not too bad. I recall you had some fine double exposures a few years back, involving a television repair shop, as I recall. Those were awesome doubles!
     
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    Even assuming it's NOT 35mm, how does one manage to load a roll of film twice?
     
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    Because I leave the leader out when I rewind to make it easier to load in the reel for development
     
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    One more from the roll

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    This one

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    Fold the leader two or three times as I do. And prob!em solved.
     
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    But, it is 35 mm. And wait until you expose 4x5 twice by accident. Or develop clean sheet.
     
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    Let me know when 4x5 film comes in rolls.............
     
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    Long time ago, but you would need an aerial photography camera.
    But anyway, why did you assume Gary is not using 35mm film ?
    DXN comes only in 35mm format.
     

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