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    120 vs 105 film

    I've tried to find if I can use 120 film in a camera made for 105. I think the film size is the same, but maybe not the bobbins?

    Anyone know?

    Thanks!

    Marek
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    Hi marek,

    If you're talking about the 105 film size mentioned at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/620_film you may be in luck. Sounds like the film is the same, but the flanges or bobbins are somewhat different. I hope this will help you.

    Paul

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    yes, you can use 120 in the Kodak panorama, it is good to have at least one 105 for the take up, but it will work.

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    I use 120 spools in my Panoram #1 and have no problems at all. Good luck!
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