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.
- For Bulk Rolling 35mm Film Cassettes
- Designed for Use with 35mm x 100' Rolls
- Manual Crank Spooling
- Guide for Number of Exposures per Crank
Legacy Pro 63000 Overview
Legacy Pro 63000 Specs
|Package Weight||0.97 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.85 x 4.6 x 3.35"|
Legacy Pro 63000 Reviews
Decent loader awful winding handle
If you buy it your winding handle is very likely going to be broken. It's a very cheap handle with a weak joint between the handle and post. BH will want you to return the whole thing and most likely a replacement will also have a broken handle. So order at your own risk knowing you're probably going to have a broken handle.
Works, but so cheaply made.
This works fine, but for the price should be much higher quality. The little plastic tab that locks the door closed during winding (it basically makes the door lock when you put the winding handle in) broke on my first attempt to use. Now I have to gaffe tape the door closed when I'm loading or else it could pop open. I am going to attempt to epoxy the piece back on, but totally unacceptable for the price and face this is one of the only widely available new bulk film loaders.
Crank Handle has a problem.
the crank handle was broken bcos of It's poor spot welding. It should be a manufacturing defect. But B&H offer me replacement parts. It's work well.
Bought this over the Summer and they're ok. It was the only option for bulk loading, so this is what I got. Much prefer other brands.
Handle Broken on Arrival
Arrived broken. The turn crank handle is a separate part but ships in place in the loader. Something about the spot weld is bad and it arrived cracked. First time cranking it it broke in two. I tried to peen the joint but no avail, so had to epoxy it and it's been OK. Manufacturing defect for sure. Otherwise it's simple to load with a 100' roll, and works well.
The material used to make this product is off very poor quality materials and it very quickly cracks and becomes unusable.
The handle broke before I could even load any film, e-mail B&H about it but they wanted me to return the whole thing, I had already put film in loader, so I supper glued the handle, I can see why they sell just the handles
Easy to assemble and use. Timely device in light of today's cost of film. Get one and buy bulk film.
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