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    OK, here's the three I am not using. a 6x4.5 (although it measures 6x4cm in reality...is that normal?), then there is a 2.5x3.25" and lastly a 3x4". None of which have the ring you described.... the D6 does seem to like those. Interested?

    Sorry, don't own a proper digital camera so my phone shall do.
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    Rats! The one in the lower left is oriented the wrong way for 645 on 120 film...it looks like the old 6x4.5 on 127 size film...very interesting but unfortunately, its not at all useful to me. I am sure somebody else would be interested though.

    What are the actual dimensions of the opening in the one in the lower right?

    (ps: I don't have a digital camera either...I use the one in the iPad.)

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    I have a hinged carrier that's about 6 x 8 cm. Interested? I can provide a picture if necessary, but not until tonight.

    Let me know,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradS View Post
    Rats! The one in the lower left is oriented the wrong way for 645 on 120 film...it looks like the old 6x4.5 on 127 size film...very interesting but unfortunately, its not at all useful to me. I am sure somebody else would be interested though.

    What are the actual dimensions of the opening in the one in the lower right?

    (ps: I don't have a digital camera either...I use the one in the iPad.)
    Brad:

    FWIW I use a 6x4.5 carrier oriented in that way on my D6 with masking adapter without difficulty.

    For longer strips of negatives I just turn the carrier 90 degrees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Brad:

    FWIW I use a 6x4.5 carrier oriented in that way on my D6 with masking adapter without difficulty.

    For longer strips of negatives I just turn the carrier 90 degrees.
    Also, I have an Omega D2...but that doesn't matter. I do not see how the negative carrier shown in the lower left could possibly work for 645 format on 120 film. It is clearly oriented the wrong way. Obviously, it is for 645 format on 127 film.

    Do you cut your 120 negatives into individual frames? or, have you removed the film strip guide pins? How does the film strp not get pinched in the pins - which are far to close together to allow a 120 strip between them....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradS View Post
    Also, I have an Omega D2...but that doesn't matter. I do not see how the negative carrier shown in the lower left could possibly work for 645 format on 120 film. It is clearly oriented the wrong way. Obviously, it is for 645 format on 127 film.

    Do you cut your 120 negatives into individual frames? or, have you removed the film strip guide pins? How does the film strp not get pinched in the pins - which are far to close together to allow a 120 strip between them....
    Brad:

    Now I see what you are talking about .

    I didn't pay enough attention to the pins before I made my post.
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    Just got the 6x7 from Brad in the mail today. It's practically new! Thanks again, Brad!
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    Got everything I needed.

    Thanks Brad and Rich!
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