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    I have done it! It worked out great! Gaffers tape or foil with a black back will be your best friend. If you have spent much time shooting a holga you already have a few rolls of gaffers tape laying around so just tape up the hole and insert your film and tape up the body and you are good to go. 3 full turns to start the film and 1 full turn to advance the smallest mask sized frame. Want more fun? Shoot it with 35mm! Enjoy!!!

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    I suggest 3M photo tape as opposed to gaffer tape. Gaffer tape passes lots of light, requiring many layers. Photo tape is designed specifically not to do so. The stickum on the 3M tape is also much more mild, like masking tape. Electrical tape also seems to block light pretty well, but its stickum is a mess!
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    For some reason i dont have those light leaks like everyone else. I used the mask that came with it for 6.45 and starting counting the clicks. 217 clicks until frame one! 23 clicks to frame 2. Using 220 for 32 exposures seems like a big waste of time.

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