i have a 3a camera, and the thing is that 122 format film is wider, much wider than 120 film.
i spool/reload my own 122 spools with paper instead of film seeing i am too poor to spend 15$/sheet of 11x14 paper :)
paper, depending on what you use, can have a iso of 50 so it isn't too slow ...
have fun and good luck !
Hi there ! Thank you for your kind words. My film was 3 3/4 by 10 3/4 inches, and I had to load each one in a changing bag. I figure the exposure was around 1/15 to 1/30th of a second. My camera was a bit special -- it had been modified, with the elements of a Berlin Dagor ground down in diameter and reassembled in the Kodak barrel with a fixed aperture of F22. Kodak made me a special order of Royal Pan (ISO400). I DON"T EVER WANT TO USE IT AGAIN ! I actually have four Noblexes, and did a book with the Noblex on Toronto -- called Toronto. I am finishing a book about Cuba which will have many Noblex images, as well as square ones made with W/W Rollei TLR and Mamiya 6. I am also enjoying the Leica M9, which gives a beautiful file. Cheers
I hope you also have the noblex 75mm.
eyescan/schorlex with 100mm would also have been nice.
compact cams are essential for travelling.
Sooner or later i will get sigma dp1M and later dp2m. Pans can be shot easily with monopod.
Late reply, but no, I did not take to the 75. Doesn't work in confined spaces -- not enough vertical "bite" for me.
For every task the right camera, lens.