Anybody still shooting APS, or is it really dead?

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Re: Anybody still shooting APS, or is it really dead?

Jack Calypso wrote:

You probably could refill them, if you had film cut to the right size. You'd need what we always called "an APS tool", a short plastic or metal rod with one end that fits on the spool, to wind the film in, and the other end opens and closes the little door. Also an APS Extractor, a small, flat piece of plastic with two prongs on one end, for releasing the film from the spool.

How would that account for the magnetic strip on the film?

How would most APS cameras deal with film that had no magnetic info? Would they just not care that they couldn't write exposure details?

How does APS handle its equivalent of DX coding?

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