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    I checked my various Jobo reels and none of them can do 110, nor can they be adapted to do it.

    The Jobo catalogs I have, which don't reflect reality now, do list a 110 reel.

    PE

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    Yep P.E theres a store here in sydney which still sells jobo 110 reels.

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    There are 16mm Nikor reels out there. 9.5mm ones for Minox film too. Just got one of each in a large lot.

    Not to mention that Nikor Products made 127, 116/616, 118, and 122 reels. I suspect that the 118 size is by far the rarest, after 122 (which I have).

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    That Russian tank sounds a lot like the Lomo tanks for movie film, which can be set up for 8mm, 16mm and 35mm, depending on how you orient the reels and spacers.

    Long ago I had a stainless steel reel for 110, so they do exist. The spiral was only on one side, and the other side had four radiating wires with a circular rim to hold the film in.
    i have one of thems david.
    my yankee clicks down to 110 too.

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    Durst used to sell a plastic 110 size reel and an autoloader device too.

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    FWIW, when searching for unrelated items, I ran across this eBay auction for a 16mm SS reel. I'm unaffiliated with the seller and I have no idea how well the reel would work in practice. It matches the description of the reel David Goldfarb described a few posts back.

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    Sure, I still use 110; I got back into the format this summer after digging my old Pentax Auto 110 out.

    Over here in Japan, Fuji still makes 110 film: Super G (I think it's Superia) in 12 & 24 exp rolls. Kodak still makes Ultra 400. Fuji and Kodak Japan will develop 110 but it takes about 10 days to 2 weeks (as opposed to overnight for E-6.) I had prints done once, but they were crap, so now I just get negatives done. It costs about $5 a roll. I tape the negatives down to the scanner bed and can get some pretty good scans. Grain is somewhat of a problem, but considering the size of the negatives there's not much that can be done.

    I have some recent shots on my pbase account in the Pentax Auto 110 gallery.
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    Hi Stephen!
    You give this answer :Yep P.E theres a store here in sydney which still sells jobo 110 reels.
    Do you have adress to this store ?
    I look for just this type of reels to jobo.

    Best regard
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    I have what I think is a 110 negative holder for my Beseler 4x5.

    Mike

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