Saturday, November 27, 2010
Film, Pod and Clip Construction
Putting the film over a prepared surface makes hand-assembly of that part possible in total darkness without a lot of tooling or fixturing.
At the bottom you can see the double-chambered pod, very similar to that still used by Fuji in FP100C45. We would leave out the "holes" at the top which are a reservoir for excess reagent and instead have some kind of light sealing cap with some space under it.
This is a color negative but the same dimensions as 55, reposted here in higher resolution. Kodak Readyloads and Fuji Quickloads look almost the same, except no pod is present.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 6:36 AM