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    The Hasselblad 70mm back supports 100 exposures with regular film, or 200 exposures using thin stock.
    There was also a 500-exposure version that used a 100-foot roll of film.

    Have you considered a Nikon F2 with the 250-exposure bulk back? Probably much easier to find, uses regular 35mm film, and more exposures.

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    There is a pink elephant in this room. All y'all know what it is. Sometimes, there is a right tool for the job and it's not our favourite toy.

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    Sorry to revive an older thread, but I have a couple questions for Kav. What time interval are you going to use, and just exactly how unattended does the camera need to be? I was thinking that a Hasselblad A32 back might work for you - certainly you can still get some color films in 220-size and getting them processed should not be a problem. You'll only get 32 shots instead of 100, but that's still a fairly large number of shots in one magazine. If your situation would let you reload periodically, might this work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    Sorry to revive an older thread, but I have a couple questions for Kav. What time interval are you going to use, and just exactly how unattended does the camera need to be? I was thinking that a Hasselblad A32 back might work for you - certainly you can still get some color films in 220-size and getting them processed should not be a problem. You'll only get 32 shots instead of 100, but that's still a fairly large number of shots in one magazine. If your situation would let you reload periodically, might this work?
    The interval would depend on how many shots I can take with out reloading, I have a back for 120 & 220 film. I will look into the A32 back. Otherwise I will just use what I have on hand. I would only be able to shoot one roll of film a day for this project. Thanks for the info!

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    Hasselblad 70mm Film Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Kav View Post
    The interval would depend on how many shots I can take with out reloading, I have a back for 120 & 220 film. I will look into the A32 back. Otherwise I will just use what I have on hand. I would only be able to shoot one roll of film a day for this project. Thanks for the info!
    Hey Kav!

    I have a 70mm hassy back and some stock for sale


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    FYI get 70mm film for one day only .... seriously .. today...!!

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum390/...rder-70mm.html

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