Hi Ive been a lurker, but I joined to ask this question since Ive been delving into alternative processes lately.
Would this work:
Using a 35mm camera, place a small black piece of card stock or doubled over fully exposed litho film with slit, behind shutter. block out viewfinder, insert roll of film. with lens cap on, advance to 2nd to last frame. set lens to a small aperture, cock and trigger shutter in bulb and hold, trigger rewind button, take off lens cap, and rewind film manually back into cassette, all while on a sturdy tripod.
Would this be a quick, viable, and easily reversible conversion? or would i just get a long smear?
In Pinhole Photography 4th Ed. by Renner, the author has a short excerpt on a photograph by Jonathan Trundle, where he mentions the use of a heavily modified hasselblad on tripod, using hand winding to get the slit scan effect, but did not provide further information. (P.211 Figure 7.17)
Would it work?