I have a lot of 100 ft rolls of negative and slide films in my freezer. I am planning to consume them (but not eating them) faster by shooting them through my Pentax 67-ii. Has anyone done this before without using an adapter? There used be an adapter sold on eBay but no longer seen now. The price was a bit hard to reach for me anyway.
I found that 35 mm film cassette can be easily loaded in the Pentax 67-ii's supply and take up cavities where normally 120 or 220 films are loaded. I do need to fabricate something to put the cassettes in the middle of the cavities so that the film will travel through the center of the film plane. I also need to fabricate a linkage so that when I crank the film advance lever it cranks the cassette in the take up cavity. This is not hard to fabricate.
I also have some 46mm 100 ft rolls in the freezer too. I will try to consume them with my Pentax 67-ii as well. Have planned this for more than a year. Just have not got it started.
Again has anyone done it? Will the resolution of the panoramic shots be reasonable still? I plan to use my 55 mm wide angle lens to make the shots to cover really a wide angle. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks.