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    Too bad Holga's don't take 220 film... then we'd be rolling in it.

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    I actually have a 220 back 'sitting pretty' on my desk.

    Not really because it has no other use but as a desk ornament. But it perhaps might as well be because of just that anyway.

    (The thing needs a new seal, but since i have very little use for my 220 backs, getting it back in working order gets postponed over and over again.)

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    Has anyone converted a Rapid Omega to 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 sheet film? That might be use for the 220 backs.
    Ronin

    "Place your clothes and [cameras] where you can find them in the dark.”
    with apologies to Robert Heinlein

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyMac View Post
    Build a box around it and make a pinhole
    I'm all about trying to figure this out. Where do we start?
    =V=

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    What to do with all our 220 backs - conversions, ideas? (Kind of B&W related)

    I was thinking of drilling a pinhole in the darkslide of my Bronica 220 back, making a shutter - but I'm not sure I can advance the film if its off a camera body.

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    Bookends!
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    here's my koni omega pinhole made from a 220 back

    Check it out: (excuse the lone piece of tape at the bottom i'm glueing a tripod socket as I was taking the pics)







    Shot counter:




    The test shot negs:


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