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    Quote Originally Posted by df cardwell View Post
    Ken Ruth solved the problems years ago, and has more experience doing it than anybody.
    yup ...
    and he is nice, and honest and does great work to boot!
    if my apug gallery looks empty you might check these places

    website
    blog
    sell-site

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    Blue Moon, who advertise on APUG have a nice variety of films that they modify to fit 620 cameras.
    The prices are quite reasonable, but there is another alternative. Years ago, I made a 'film sharpener'
    with four bits of wood, glue, screws, and two of those blades that come on a nice pencil sharpener.
    Glue two flat pieces along their lengths in a right angle, add two triangles appropriately apart, and
    fasten on the blades. Push the roll into position, and roll to shave. If you haven't a caliper or
    appropriate wrench, make a gauge .
    I sold mine to a student, but he moved away, and I still have my Medalist I !

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