thought I'd finally get around to posting an image of my latest build. It's similar to the first in design, but because I was planning to carry it around Sri Lanka for a month it had to be smaller and lighter. It shoots up to 3"x4" polaroid/paper and can use a 6x9 roll film holder.
It worked great on the trip and was strong enough to take the bumps, something the first wasn't able to do.
Do you have any interest in a Polaroid CB-70 back that takes Integral Film (TIP/The Impossible Project)? I have 2 and don't need both, actually I don't need either but I haven't quite given up on my RZ67 mod to have an integral polaroid back... but anyway I don't need both of them, so if you're interested let me know. I payed $300 for them so I would prefer to break even, but if that's too high perhaps we can work a trade on one of your sweet mods, you obviously have more skill than I do in that department.
Originally Posted by Ezzie
The Polaroid 110A/600SE with roll film back.
Wanted a 6x9, it would be silly to stick anything less on this big brute of a camera. Since the M-adapter type backs obscure the viewfinder, and the G-type adapters only allow RB67 roll film backs, I went and made/adapted my own solution. Took an adapter probably taken off a CB-70/103 pack film back, and a Graflex 23 I went about getting the film plane right. This meant grinding out a trough 3.2mm deep in the adapter plate.
The roll film holder has no means of fixing to the adapter. So I made a skirt of 1/8" aluminium, glued it to the holder and then bolted it to the adapter. A bit of paint and light tight foam later and hey presto: