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    Quote Originally Posted by tim_walls View Post
    Hah, glad to be of service - yep, it works fine in the Mamiya polaroid back. I noticed someone asked for some examples in that other thread, so here are a couple of completely random ones; these were taken with the RB67 on FP100C-Silk, in Iceland last summer (forgive the dirt on the second one - shows it's real .)...

    I really like the look of those. Thanks! Feel free to post more...It'll be 48 hours before I can do my own, and I can hardly wait.


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    Okay, lets say I wanted to use the 4x5 FP100C in my Crown Graphic. What would I need?

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    Jason - I've not tried it, but as far as I know you need a Fuji PA-45 holder, and that's it. (Well, and the film of course .) I'm adding a PA-45 to my shopping list...
    Another day goes under; a little bourbon will take the strain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    I really like the look of those. Thanks! Feel free to post more...It'll be 48 hours before I can do my own, and I can hardly wait.
    I don't want to flood the group with my holiday snaps - so here's just the one more from the same trip. Not exactly high art (hey, like I say, they're holiday snaps,) but hopefully this one shows a bit more of the colour palette of FP100C. This is Reykjavik city centre, by the way...
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    You can also use a Polaroid 500 or 550 holder instead of the PA-45. Two weeks ago they were selling on ebay for < $5. Now, a lot more ;-)

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    The PA45 4x5 pack holder is very nice.

    Here is a 4x5 fp100c shot, and then the same shot with the emulsion lifted off onto some other paper.

    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c7...polafp100c.jpg

    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c7...house-lift.jpg

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    The PA45 is only $117 new at B&H. Strangley, it's out of stock, and backordered. Wonder what I can get for my 545?


    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...older_for.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    The PA45 is only $117 new at B&H. Strangley, it's out of stock, and backordered. Wonder what I can get for my 545?
    Jason, look for a Polaroid 550 holder. Its the one for 4x5 pack film. Back before the Dreaded Announcement, they were going for a about $50. Lord knows what they are now. Maybe $100, maybe zip squat zilch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amuderick View Post
    You can also use a Polaroid 500 or 550 holder instead of the PA-45. Two weeks ago they were selling on ebay for < $5. Now, a lot more ;-)
    Why in the world would they be worth MORE now?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    Why in the world would they be worth MORE now?


    Wayne
    Because most of us used the type 545 holder, which won't accept pack film. All of a sudden now they are the only holders with a future beyond 1 year, unless Fuji comes out with something. Plus, I don't think there were near as many. Now I'm gonna need one of those or the Fuji.

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