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Questions regarding photography using film.

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film cameras, I thought I'd let is stand and share what I was told on another forum. In summary: Most (all?) 120 films have markers for 6x9, 6x6 and 6x4.5. Depending on the camera format, the readout … for 6x7 format cameras. The 120 film was actually originally produced for 6x9 cameras. Although mine appears not to, some old cameras do have their readout windows misplaced, thus displaying the wrong frame numbers. …
answered May 27 '14 by Daniel R
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I just loaded an old Voigtländer Jubilar (early 30's) with a roll of Ilford 120 film. This only has markers for 6x6 frame numbers, so for every other picture you have to more or less guess how long … to turn the winder. Are there other makes of 120 film with 6x9 frame markers on the paper? Do you have any ingenious ideas how to avoid overlap exposures when using film that only has 6x6 frame numbers? …
asked May 26 '14 by Daniel R