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    Re: How best to dry FP-100c in the field?

    Quote Originally Posted by pierre506 View Post
    vinny, it's better to have a cover.
    Absolutely. Re-read my post.

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    Cool Re: How best to dry FP-100c in the field?

    Quote Originally Posted by vinny View Post
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    Here's what I cooked up today. I'm brainstorming a lid with some sort of ventilation built in. If I filled the compartment with holes, that would work but might allow dust to get in.
    Here is a great review of a similar FP-100c film drying print holder: http://utahfilmphotography.com/2015/...-print-holder/

    You can purchase it here for $30 + $6 shipping: https://squareup.com/market/photole-...p-print-holder

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    Re: How best to dry FP-100c in the field?

    When I played with polaroid I didn't peel till home
    If you need to check exposure then that's the real purpose and so
    Who cares..toss away after exp check.
    Or carry little buckets all over the place, no thanks

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    Re: How best to dry FP-100c in the field?

    I saw a post on Reddit a while ago where someone had 3D printed a drying box with 8 slots. I will see if I can dig up the thread when I get home. (I recall asking if the OP would publish the file for the printer, but I don't think I got a response.

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    Re: How best to dry FP-100c in the field?

    Last edited by DougD; 18-Aug-2015 at 11:55.

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