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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrapak View Post
    All 110 film, even the old rolls, were pre-flashed.
    But how could it be possible then that some camera generated 13 x 17 mm and some others 13 x 19 mm? (I must have read this somewhere).

    Also that means that Lomography created a 110 square frame cartridge which is not compatible, if I get it right, with all the 110 cameras already existing.

    If they had produced a "non pre-flashed" 100 cartridge the same cartridge would work on all cameras.

    Thinking about it, this has to do with the "registration pin".

    If a 13 x 17 mm camera mounts a 13 x 13 110 cartridge, and it uses the "registration pin" for film advance, the result is going to be a disaster in any case because a 13 x 13 110 cartridge will have its registration pins at a distance slightly above 13mm while a 13 x 17 110 cartridge will have them at a distance slightly superior to 17 mm.

    13 x 19 cameras were probably designed to ignore the registration pins, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    What you need then is a simple plastic lens that will mount on a good quality camera. Lots of the large format folks are using simple plastic meniscus lenses with really interesting results. Shouldn't be too hard to cobble something together inside the gutted barrel of and old lens.
    So, what you need is one of these => http://www.amazon.com/Holga-60mm-Len...lens+for+nikon

    They are also available for Canon and in other focal lengths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diapositivo View Post
    But how could it be possible then that some camera generated 13 x 17 mm and some others 13 x 19 mm? (I must have read this somewhere).
    Most (if not all) 110 cameras generated 13x19mm images. This is then masked to 13x17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diapositivo View Post
    If a 13 x 17 mm camera mounts a 13 x 13 110 cartridge, and it uses the "registration pin" for film advance, the result is going to be a disaster in any case because a 13 x 13 110 cartridge will have its registration pins at a distance slightly above 13mm while a 13 x 17 110 cartridge will have them at a distance slightly superior to 17 mm.
    You're assuming that a cartridge preflashed for 13x13 (if such a thing exists) would have different perforations than a cartridge preflashed for 13x17. As the example photos clearly show, this Diana 110 camera simply puts a 13x13 image in the 13x17 image area. Lomo doesn't make a special kind of 110 film just for this one camera.

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    I see.
    So it's the worst of both worlds: image surface is smaller, but number of images per roll is the same.
    This must fit well in some way with the Lomography style
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