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    7x17 = 6 ; 8x10 = 10 -

    I have used all 6 - 7 x 17 holders in one day for sure, but never more than one exposure of the same image. But I almost always take the 8 x 10 and 7 x 17 and will use both on photo outings.

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    5 x 7=20
    8 x 10=28
    7 x 17=3
    8 x 20=3
    9 1/2 x 20=4

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    10 x 12 = 6 plus one wet plate holder

    7 x 17 = 3

    16 x 20 = 2

    20 x 24 = 2 plus one wet plate holder

    Of course the wet plate in coat one and shoot. I carry a changing tent for the film holders. I rarely shoot more than four shots in a day for the 16 x 20 (which is a reducing back for the 20 x 24) or the 20 x 24.

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    12x20 - 3

    There has only been a small handful of occasions when I've shot all 6 exposures.

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    When I'm working within a days travel, I carry 4or5 - 8x20 and 12 - 8x10 holders in the Jeep. When I'm on a trip I'll carry 6 - 8x20, 25 - 8x10 and a Harrison changing tent.

    I'd recomend a Harrison changing tent. For about the price of a new CFH you can reload during the day without heading back into the darkroom. It also keeps you from being locked up in darkened hotel bathrooms at night on trips.

    Most days I'll only make one or two 8x20 exposures but it's still better to carry more holders then to see something and be out of film. Since buying the changing tent I've only reload the 8x20 holders once on a trip during the day.

    When I used to shoot 11x14, I would travel with 4 holders outdoors. In the studio I shot with 8 - 11x14 holders.
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    5x7 - I've got about 15 good ones. 5x12 - 3. I got 3 when I got the camera, and that was all I could afford at the time. I wish I had at least 3 more; 7 more would be lovely for an even 10 holders. I shoot a bit more prolifically than some ULF folks, in part because 5x12 is not THAT big so it's easy to look around and move and reset the camera if I see something interesting, and it isn't THAT expensive to feed either.

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    5x12 I have 8, but only keep 4 in my backpack, I keep the rest in the car. I've never shot more than 5-6 holders worth in one day though. Like Scott says though 5x12 is small and very very convenient compared to the true ULF sizes.

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    4x5 about 30 but 10 more on the way.
    12x20 1.5 one is missing a slide.
    Can i count my 545? It an infinite holder.
    I guess the same goes for the polaroid 405 and 550.

    -ian

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    I just have to get more holders...one should just load up and go out and shoot the whole box! That is 12.5 holders.
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    I just have to get more holders...one should just load up and go out and shoot the whole box! That is 12.5 holders.
    I agree; all things being equal why should a lack of holders hold a person back?
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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