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    Re: 120 film for 4x5 camera

    yes, buying a 6 x 12 rfb puts the cheapness of 4 x 5 dds holders back into perspective

    andrew

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    Re: 120 film for 4x5 camera

    Hi Sergio

    there's always (something like this):

    http://shop.lomography.com/gb/belair-city-slicker

    6 x 12 budget style, of course one will not get the same results that you would get with 'LF branded lenses' but it's all part of 'photographic art' after all

    btw, I bought one which I really should take out for a spin

    best

    andrew

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    Drew Wiley
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    Re: 120 film for 4x5 camera

    Roll film is just fussier doing focus and movements because of the greater degree of enlargement, and because you have to compose with a smaller image on the GG.
    And you obviously can't process each shot individually. Otherwise, analogous.

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    Re: 120 film for 4x5 camera

    Yep the Belair looks interesting but considering the price I'd rather buy a 6x12 rollback for 4x5

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Plume View Post
    Hi Sergio

    there's always (something like this):

    http://shop.lomography.com/gb/belair-city-slicker

    6 x 12 budget style, of course one will not get the same results that you would get with 'LF branded lenses' but it's all part of 'photographic art' after all

    btw, I bought one which I really should take out for a spin

    best

    andrew

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