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    How does the "pack" work? 10 sheets in a pack, I know, but you pull out 1 at a time, right? So the 405 holder is like the 550 or Fuji PA-45, except for a smaller coverage area??

    In summation, for FP-100C45 or FP-100B45 I need a Polaroid 550 or a Fuji PA-45 holder. And for FP-100B/C I need a 405.

    Tell me if I'm spot on.

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    Correct. Use the 405 for the smaller film, and use the 550 for the larger film. Both holders fit onto a 4x5 camera, but will produce two different size images.
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    awesome, thanks so much. i think i'm set!

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    The Fuji equivalents are the PA-45 for the larger pack, and PA-145 for the smaller packs. Look on Youtube for tutorials for the pack you wind up buying, although from what I can tell they are all pretty much the same in function.

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