You can use my Konica 17mm Panoramic Film-In, There's A Catch Though.

Discussion in '35mm Cameras and Accessories' started by angelbaums, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. angelbaums

    angelbaums Member

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    I'm a student photographer, Hobbyist mostly so I don't have access to a dark room and I do not develop my own film often. I Have an old single use Konica camera, the 17mm panoramic one. It's very rare but the Film is also very expired, I removed the film but don't know how to load a new roll. I will ship you the body and you can load it and shoot with it, But after maybe a week or two can you load it with a roll I have given you and ship it back? I can ship this anyone the United States.

    PM ME IF INTERESTED. I will include the camera, the outer paper and a roll of 400 ISO film for you to load for me. You must have your own roll to load and shoot yourself.
     
  2. Mustafa Umut Sarac

    Mustafa Umut Sarac Member

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    I had same problem with single use kodak camera , may be someone can teach you here how to do it. Very best luck .
     
  3. MDR

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    The upper most series of pictures explains how to open the camera so you can load it with new film. http://www.fluidr.com/photos/jmv/32815604
    Loading has to be done in the dark as you have to spool the film onto the empty spool. The film is wound back into the canister.