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Published on Nov 11, 2012
Please excuse my voice. I was sick when recording this video.
The Kodak No. 1A and 1A Junior also known as the Kodak "Autographic" uses 116 film. 116 film, or 116A for autographic purposes, is unperforated 70mm film with a paper backing much like 120 film. Next to 122 "postcard" film (which uses 5" film, next to impossible to find), 116 film is the biggest roll film format still useable today. You can still find 70mm film and respool 116 spools.
In this video I'll show you how to load 116 film onto regular old Paterson reels so you can develop it at home. There are some people that made their own 70mm reels but required cutting and glueing the reels. I developed a method with uses zero modifications to the reels.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Also I've taken apart many antique Kodak Vest Pocket style cameras. Please feel free to ask me anything on those cameras as well.