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    i did it really really easily.

    just cut off an empty 120 spool with a saw, since it has spaces in it already, you just need to grind the sides a bit and et voila, you can put it into the 35mm can without a problem, i can use it like a 120 spool then, took me 5 minutes with a saw

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    Also, for about US$20 on eBay you can buy a 35mm adaptor kit for the Meopta Flexaret line of Czech TLRs - search for "flexaret 35mm" to see what I mean - the ones for the Flexaret V and higher come with 2 tabs for holding the 35mm spool in place, a modified take-up spool, and a part specific to the Flexarets, all in a carrying case. They're very common (EDIT: ...and, of course, after I post this I actually check, and there aren't any today Oh, well, worth keeping an eye out regardless).

    Mine is on it's way - I also have a Flexaret, so this will serve its original intended purpose as well on occasion (the Flexarets designed to shoot 24mm square images on 35mm film natively in addition to 6x6 on 120 film).
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    i can't wait to take a picture of my thumb with this beautiful camera.

    - phirehouse, after buying a camera in the classifieds

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    Take pictures with your high end MF. Develop and fix a couple frames of unexposed 35mm film. Make a sandwich with your image negative and the clear 35mm film and print them frames and all. Voila. Instant Holga with a one thousand dollar camera!

    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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    And it's even easier when walking the digital (post-processing) route:

    See what a fine BW film Kodak's Portra makes!

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