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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
    Do your cameras auto-wind, or how to do you know when to stop winding? Is there some method of making the framing numbers on 120 backing line up with 127 windows?
    If you can find the yashica 44LM version, then you only need the 1 frame to line up, once you're at first frame, you reset a special counter and then don't need the backing paper numbers any more. The standard yashica 44 doesn't have this feature, just the LM version (stands for Light Meter because it came with a light meter built into the body).

    I keep meaning to try the cigar cutter technique... Perhaps tomorrow is a good day to test that


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    Also ilford has a special ULF run and has started including roll film which included 46mm (127) in 50 foot rolls, it it ends up coming out to about $5 per roll, you just need to find the backing paper, however either Agfa or Rollei or ferannia posted here saying they were strongly considering offering 46mm rolls as well as rolls of backing paper for those wanting to roll their own. So it's possible soon no cutting will be involved.

    Anyway ilfords ULF specialty run just happened so you'll have to wait till next year to get your HP5+ in 127


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
    Do your cameras auto-wind, or how to do you know when to stop winding? Is there some method of making the framing numbers on 120 backing line up with 127 windows?
    A Sanford Sharpie with my distinctive slop handwriting to add new numbers to the paper. Just line em up with the numbers on a true 127 paper.

    All my 127 cameras have red windows and it works good.

    One day I think a Yashica 44 will be on my radar but not till I sell off some of the gear I already have. Then no worries as far a numbering go for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donkee View Post
    A Sanford Sharpie with my distinctive slop handwriting to add new numbers to the paper. Just line em up with the numbers on a true 127 paper.

    All my 127 cameras have red windows and it works good.

    One day I think a Yashica 44 will be on my radar but not till I sell off some of the gear I already have. Then no worries as far a numbering go for that.
    Remember a yashica 44LM!! NOT the yashica 44...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixcinater View Post
    Here's an idea for a cheap splitter.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-HLR-k_qOE
    This is what I do for my Baby Rolleiflex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    This is what I do for my Baby Rolleiflex.
    Do you leave any "extra" room for light leak issues on the cut end or do you line it up and then shut the lights off?


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    Dinkee is right! This is the slitter seller:
    http://www.ebay.com/usr/xkaes
    A very nice person to deal with. Try to contact him directly and he will make one for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorbas View Post
    Dinkee is right! This is the slitter seller:
    http://www.ebay.com/usr/xkaes
    A very nice person to deal with. Try to contact him directly and he will make one for you.
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    Sorry donkee!

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