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    Anybody any idea where I can get film in this size and who makes it?

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    Welcome to the forum! Are you thinking about building one of these?

    I'm guessing that you'd either talk to Simon R Galley (of Ilford) on the board here, or else contact Keith Canham at Canham Cameras for a Kodak special order.

    The Kodak special order is a minumum $15,000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian C. Miller View Post
    Welcome to the forum! Are you thinking about building one of these?

    I'm guessing that you'd either talk to Simon R Galley (of Ilford) on the board here, or else contact Keith Canham at Canham Cameras for a Kodak special order.

    The Kodak special order is a minumum $15,000.
    Yea, but on the bright side think how few boxes it would take. Unless they chose to sell it in boxes of QTY 1.
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    Hmmm, unless Kodak said, "Here's the tail end of a roll, cut it yourself." I think that Manarchy may have mentioned cutting it from a roll.

    But OTOH, that means you could have a panorama camera with 4-1/2 ft tall negatives. Have to get ahold of that Bosch & Lomb lens from the Mammoth camera, though.

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