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    Would it be easier to break open a pack of film, load it into double darks, and roll it through rollers in a black bag later?
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    I take it that the 545 backs are now useless??
    Not entirely--they actually work pretty well with Fuji Quickloads.

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    Would it be easier to break open a pack of film, load it into double darks, and roll it through rollers in a black bag later?
    I really doubt that this can be done. I did once dissect a dried out pack of polaroid, the way that the pieces are assembled is kind of complicated. I guess in theory one could do this, but I can't see the benefit. I really think that the thing to do is get either the Fuji or Polaroid 4X5 or 3.25X4.25 pack film backs and then shoot the packs that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Sorensen View Post
    I really doubt that this can be done. I did once dissect a dried out pack of polaroid, the way that the pieces are assembled is kind of complicated. I guess in theory one could do this, but I can't see the benefit. I really think that the thing to do is get either the Fuji or Polaroid 4X5 or 3.25X4.25 pack film backs and then shoot the packs that way.

    What if I take the rollers off a small land camera, and take apart a pack of 600 film, put the sheets in a 4x5 double dark, and then roll through the rollers in a black bag?
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