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    I've been thinking of making a panorama rollfilm holder - for my 24x30cm camera!

    That would make a 6x30cm picture...
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole View Post
    I've been thinking of making a panorama rollfilm holder - for my 24x30cm camera!

    That would make a 6x30cm picture...


    Two shots per roll!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Two shots per roll!!!
    Exactly. Of course the easy way to to it would be to just cut the film in two and stick each half on each side of a plate holder, but that's a little too easy!
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    Steve Smith - its better than to try squeze the image in to narrow place but to keep the 120 flat is harder than 35mm , i guess. And bigger machine is more expensive to send in international post , and it makes very big package to protect it from impact.

    Darkroom Experimenter - Do you know 35mm anamorph pinhole cameras ?
    Look :http://www.f295.org/Pinholeforum/for.../m-1197624328/

    May be you can do the same with a lens .

    EURAKA , I found how you can make a very big may be 24 x 90 mm negative for 50 people.

    You can buy movie film and load it to your cameras stool.

    There is a new thread at color film apug forum and they talk about fresh kodak film 0.15 $ per foot.

    Or you can design a 35 mm anamorphic pinhole camera as seen at f 295 and publish its plan and send everyone a movie film stool.

    Its better than send everyone a film and camera.

    Or if you aim to philantrophy , you can roll a very big paper and every country , every city stamp it and send each other and finally to you.

    When we return to film posting to people , they put developing fee plus film fee in to the mail and send to you.

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    TWO shots per roll?

    I only get ONE shot per roll when I use a rotating camera

    ...not sure that's the right type for this kinda of project...but it might be fun

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    sounds interesting...but my next color processing experiments are going to be with kodachrome & ektachrome...although I guess I need to torture movie film just to cover all the bases

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkroomExperimente View Post
    sounds interesting...but my next color processing experiments are going to be with kodachrome & ektachrome...although I guess I need to torture movie film just to cover all the bases
    You do know Kodachrome is a B&W film, don'tcha? Homebrew experiments with it tend to be... dull.


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    Round 6 Discussion

    Where ever you are, there you be.

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    k_jupiter I'm gonna develop the Kodachrome as color film....did it once years ago & I'm gonna do it again as soon as I'm done procrastinating

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