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bulk film

Film produced in very long, uncut strips - rolls that are too long to fit into cameras not equipped with a bulk camera back accessory. Many photographers buy their film in bulk, then load the bulk film into a bulk film loader which permits them to cut the bulk film into however many frames they wish, and to load the smaller strips into film cartridges that permit film reloading. It is an economical way to purchase film.

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bulk film

Film sold in long uncut lengths. It usually works out much cheaper in this form and is cut into required lengths.
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bulk film

film purchased in long lengths. Used in a bulk camera back or with a bulk film loader.
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