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    yeah but that method will leave me with a super small scan, no, like only the size of the film, if put some sort of magnification before the scanner the resolution increases dramarically.

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    You have a camera, right? Open the shutter and the aperture, put the transparency in the film gate and use a light source from behind to project it on the wall.

    Rollei even made a device like this for the TLR (using the viewing lens as a projector lens).

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Rolleiflex-TLR-S...-/380195387553

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    Considering the first enlargers were LF cameras with a light source where the view glas was, I don't think it would take too much to make a projector. Grab a lamp, cardboard box, and some lens from an old camera. Just fiddle with the lens position until you get it right. KISS!

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    yeah i manage to do it with the gameboy magnifier, it was a bit pain in the ass to focus, though. What would be a good material for difuse light, the paper i've tried cuts way to much light to be effective, maybe i will try with those bulbs that have a white opaque finish.
    I've yet to try if this would work agaisnt a normal flatbaed scanner, i dont know if the scanner bottom light will mess with the incoming light.
    I have a holga 135, i have to try to project through it.

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