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Legacy Pro Lloyd 35mm Daylight Bulk Film Loader

BH #LE63000 • MFR #63000
Legacy Pro
Legacy Pro Lloyd 35mm Daylight Bulk Film Loader
Key Features
  • For Bulk Rolling 35mm Film Cassettes
  • Designed for Use with 35mm x 100' Rolls
  • Manual Crank Spooling
  • Guide for Number of Exposures per Crank
Designed to be economical when shooting 35mm roll film, the Lloyd 35mm Daylight Bulk Film Loader from Legacy Pro allows you to load your own 35mm film cassettes for use. This classic daylight loading machine accepts one 100' roll of 35mm film, which can then be manually spooled out into individual cassettes for use. A helpful guide is also printed on the front of the machine to indicate the number of cranks needed to produce 12-, 18-, 24-, and 36-exposure rolls.
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Legacy Pro 63000 Overview

Designed to be economical when shooting 35mm roll film, the Lloyd 35mm Daylight Bulk Film Loader from Legacy Pro allows you to load your own 35mm film cassettes for use. This classic daylight loading machine accepts one 100' roll of 35mm film, which can then be manually spooled out into individual cassettes for use. A helpful guide is also printed on the front of the machine to indicate the number of cranks needed to produce 12-, 18-, 24-, and 36-exposure rolls.

UPC: 614572630000

Legacy Pro 63000 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.97 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.85 x 4.6 x 3.35"

Legacy Pro 63000 Reviews

Amazing, saves money

By Patricia
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

I really love this, easy to use and saves money!

Legacy Pro Lloyd 35mm bulk loaded

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-03

The Lloyd 35mm Daylight bulk film loader has been a workhorse in day to day use. My first experience with the Lloyd loader was in 1970, while in high school. The instructor would load film for the students from the Lloyd loader. Now days it is the most economical way to shoot 35mm film. I keep one loaded with HP5+, another with FP4+ and a third with (my new one) with Rollei PRX100. A great product.

Old is new

By Bill
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-18

I used Lloyds 40 years ago as a freelance. It was flawless in fits and functions. Recently I took up film again and found my replacement equal to the old one EXCEPT for the crank handle. The crank fitting to the crankshaft is rough and poorly fitted. There are reports that this element is subject to early premature failure. This is NOT something I have yet experienced. The product is light tight and cranks as it should. Unfortunately fits and finishes have gone the way of the dodo as companies stretch price points. Sad but increasingly true. The unit performs as advertised no less nor more.

Decent, old-style loader

By Hart
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-19

This style has been made at least since the 1960's when I bought one (about $6, I think). It works, is very simple, and mine has not broken for over 50 years and well over 1,000 rolls loaded. I think mine is bakelite and it could easily crack if dropped. No need to force anything. The only negative is the very high price---you will be amazed how something so simple could be so expensive.

Simple and effective

By Ron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-10

Easy to use and load. Did well in a completely dark bathroom. Loaded a few of used Kodak film cassettes why ease. Testing the first cartridge to see if 30 turns equals 36 exposures. For the cost and if you buy cheaper bulk film (ie Kentmere pan 400, ilford hp5) you could save anywhere from $1 to $3 per roll. tri-X is a rub and you pay pretty much the exact same for bulk as you do per roll. I’m surprised how easy it is to roll your own film. Should have done it this way from the beginning. I figure after 2 bulk rolls I will break even on the cost of the roller. Great purchase and I do recommend.

does the job BUT

By Christopher Jor
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-29

very poorly made.

Good value, Very easy to use

By Jerry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

I purchased the Lloyd Bulk Film Loader and absolutely love it! It's easy to use. Simply unscrew the red cover, pull out the handle and insert the 100 ft roll of film, put the cover back on, and insert the handle, and you are done All of this has to be done in darkness. I used a zippered dark bag. I'm reusing an intact film canister with a piece of scotch tape to tape the film to the canister. There are several youtube videos on how to do all this. It is very simple to do. I'm not convinced that using a bulk loader as opposed to buying individual 35mm film canisters is a huge savings in cost. It does save about $1.00 a roll, but it is definitely more convenient to use. The other advantage is you can make smaller rolls of film that, for example, only contain 10 shots for testing a new lens or camera instead of having to use a full 36 shot roll. I do this all the time. I have two of the bulk loaders, one for Ilford HP5+ and one for FP4+. By putting the loaded bulk film loader in a plastic bag you can store it long-term in your fridge or freezer preserving the freshness of the film.

Works perfectly

By Christopher
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-26

Easy to use once you know how, and saves a great deal of money with bulk film. Make sure you have freezer space though, or you'll be running into expiry date problems.

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Hi B&H! Is it included winding handle? Or should I buy a separate handle?
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