Film Processing Loading Fog - I might need to talk to my film processing place to tape the other end
My Husband found this Bell & Howell Electric Eye 127 at work, so he brought it home for me, and because 127 film isn't readily available I wanted to see if it even worked first. I have an exposed roll of 127 from another camera we brought so I taped the 35mm on it's backing paper and went out to shoot. Not too bad, a couple fuzzy spots because it's the wrong size film for the pressure plate but the exposure is right on.
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