> > > It seems to me that there was a similar
problem with > Technical Pan which was also on a thinner than usual
base. > The recommendation was to use a sheet of thin, black, >
"kraft" paper under the film. That serves to put the film in > the
exact focal plane and to hold it against the rails of > the holder.
Normal sheet film in on 0.007" base. > I also agree that a couple of
dots of double-stick tape > may help. About light from the adhesive:
not all adhesives > produce light when stressed. You can check this by
simply > peeling a little of whatever you intend to use in a dark
> room. Curiously, the tape used to stick roll film to its >
paper backing produces light when peeled. Triboelectricity I >
Yes, it is called the "triboelectric" effect.
also get quite a light show crunching wintergreen lifesavers in the dark for
the same reason.