Ugh. I had another camera experiment weekend and killed some film. Darnit. There goes $9 bucks worth of Kodak Ektar on 120. That seems really silly when I figured out that one of the cameras that I was attempting to test only cost me $3. The economics on that one aren’t good, are they?
What happened, you ask?
I tried to make some 120 film fit into a camera meant for 620. It has worked for me in a couple of other cameras. But, those darn evil corporations are sneaky about making things JUST SLIGHTLY different and yet impossible to use.
I trimmed the original plastic roller on the film and even sanded it down to make it fit into the cameras. I could not get either of these two cameras to work with my modified 120. Once I got the rolls…
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