Leica introduced the first popular camera using 35mm cinema film in 1925. There was no such thing as a preloaded roll of 35mm film. Leica, and then Contax and other 35mm camera manufacturers supplied cassettes to be loaded with bulk film by the user in the darkroom. A variety of bulk loading devices of differing complexity were introduced by the camera manufacturers and by various third parties. Continue reading “Bulk Loading 35mm Film Part 1 – Cassettes”
Leica IIIg, 135/3.5 Canon LTM, Tripod, HP5 Plus, Ilfotec DD-X (1+4), “scanned” with a digital camera.