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    4.5x6 cm plate, or maybe 9x12 plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawhead View Post
    35mm. 36 exposures is a bitch to get through... and for such small images, too! Don't even get me started on my half-frame setup...
    I like to load shorter rolls, like 20-24, from bulk. I don't like buying 24 exposure rolls because (when they're even available) they cost almost as much as 36, but they sure are more convenient most of the time.

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    35mm also. Like 120 film (10expoures).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianL View Post
    Polaroid pack film.
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    Half frame (18x24mm) and also 35mm in general, it's a film size I rarely use these days and even my 645's get very little use, instead I shoot mainly 5x4 which has been my main format for 26 years but now I also shoot some 10x8 and quite a bit of 6x6, and the odd 9x12 etc.

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    I don't think I have a format that I don't use in my collection of equipment, but my least used is probably 645, I have a Bronica etr outfit that I use perhaps once a year, and a 645 folder that I use a bit more, plus a 6/6 645 dual format that only gets used on 6/6
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    35mm. I don't get along with the aspect ratio. I don't like the quality. I wish larger formats came in 36 frame rolls though.

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    almost any 127 film camera... too hard to change some reels and load them up and process it.... used to be fun, though
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    35mm, sadly. Cheap acceptable quality dev/print service has morphed into pricey iffy quality dev/print service, thanks to collapsed demand. Have lots of C-41 film I'll probably never finish up. Shoot 120 mostly now.

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    Oh this is easy to answer, Eric: I have two fancy dSLRs and haven't used them in ages. Not sure when I will, actually. Thousands of dollars wasted, if you ask me

    All of my film cameras get attention fairly often. I don't buy anything to have it sit. Except the digitals, apparently...
    "Only dead fish follow the stream"

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