I have a Kodak No.2c Autographic Folding Brownie that originally took 130 film and captured 2 7/8 x 4 7/8 size pictures. I've recently finished completely restoring the camera. Cleaned up the whole thing, put in new old stock replacement bellows (to keep it original), and cleaned up the lens. Shutter works well and there doesn't seem to be any further problems so I'd like to get this camera set up so that I can shoot with it.
My question is, what type of experiences have you all had with these and how did you set them up or modify them to shoot with. 130 film has been gone for a very long time and I've been trying to figure out if the best course of action would be to convert original 130 spools to accommodate re-spooled current production 120 film or to find a way to shoot using sheet film. Converting the spools to use 120 might be nice but someone in another forum mentioned that 120 simply wouldn't take advantage of the large image circle of the lens and come to think of it 130 film was quite large so I'd like to get the most out of the camera.
I'd be very interested to know how people are using these. Thanks!