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A film slitter, sometimes also called film splitter, is a device used in subminiature photography to slit 135 or 120 roll film into 16mm film or Minox film for use in subminiature cameras.; Andrew Thornton was so sure that he'd gotten away with his crime that he mocked cops in a Facebook post after questioning ;This remake of a 1974 film casts Mark Wahlberg as a self-destructive gambler apparently seeking self-immolation at the roulette wheel or blackjack table.>>Wahlberg, an actor who has generally been;I wanted my slitter to be small enough to use in a changing bag. It consists of a "floor" covered with felt, and two "walls" 35 mm apart to guide the film.;With a film slitter, you can get some amazing film into your submini, such as 2475 recording film, B&W or color infrared film, Tech pan, Agfapan 25 and Ektar 25.;Intro: Instamatic Film Slitter. Make a nearly free film slitter. Cut cheap 35mm film down to submini and 110 size.
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Vincent's Film Slitters. Pictures presented in stereo are for parallel eye viewing. This slitter allows the slitting of 35mm film into two rows of 9.3mm wide film for minox cameras.;Mommy is at its best when it’s letting its actors stretch