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    You don't get 4x5 images on your film by putting 4x5 film in your 35mm camera, do you? Why would you expect different with Polaroid film? The RB67 takes 6x7 cm pix. About the most you can expect, because the rotating back needs a square hole in the camera to turn both ways, vertical and horizonta, is a 7cm square picture, regardless of what film you use. You might get a hair more, but I wouldn't count on it, and less if one dimension of the film is less.

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    A 'Mamiya' modified Polaroid or Mamiya-Press back will get you a 7x7 image with black border on its sides, apart from the white Polaroid border.
    A 'Lane' Polaroid back gets you the image on one side with an ugly black rectangle next to it. (and is more plasticky-flimsy too)

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    More simply the RB67 is 7x7 camera the 120 and 220 backs cut the image to 67 or 76...

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    Quote Originally Posted by j-dogg View Post
    So there is pretty much no way to get full coverage on FP100c with an RB67?
    You have full coverage, it's 7x7 (or a little bit larger than 7x7). Your 120 film backs crop the camera's coverage down to 6x7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aRolleiBrujo View Post
    Well, In a sense, that is the full coverage, since the formats are completely day and night! One being the 6X7 sensor of the RB67 and the other being the Polaroid back and its size limits. FUJIFILM FP-100C 3.25 X 4.25 Inches.
    Charming to refer to the "sensor" in an RB67.
    Vince Donovan

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    Quote Originally Posted by vdonovan View Post
    Charming to refer to the "sensor" in an RB67.
    It is an honest rookie mistake, however,whether I knew the technicalities or not, I still shot it. xD

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