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Rear view of the Kodak/Nagel Vollenda. On these 127 half frame cameras you will see two red windows on the back. You advance the film until you see the 1 in the first window. Take your shot and then advance the 1 to the second window, that is your second shot. Then repeat with #2 and so on until you reach 8. You get a total of 16 shots per roll, two per printed number. All the 127 half frame cams work the same way regardless of maker. There are also 127 full frame cams in existence and those will have just one red window on the back and so only yield 8 shots per roll but the negatives are large, almost as big as 120.

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  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    Nice info, thanks ...<:)

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