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    To change the spacing on a mechanical camera you're going to have to find someone who has the capability of manufacturing new gears for your camera.
    Probably be less expensive to get a different body with the same lens mount.

    The optoelectronics used to track film in most of the autoadvance camera simply counts sprocket holes.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Ha!

    What you need is a cruder camera (one example given earlier).
    Like an Argus C3, where you can unlock the winder and tweak it a little further after it stops, similar on a Kodak 35 or 35RF and most 120/620 folders.

    I ran some 220 in a 120 camera and hand counted turns...and got increasing borders because the spool diameter builds up and winds more film for each turn.
    Murray

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