Belair with 35mm Film

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Who doesn't have a 35mm back for Belair? Maybe you can try this tipster.

Some tools you need to prepare:
1. Black tape
2. Sponge
3. Tape
4. Scissors

Follow these steps:
1. You need to cut sponge sufficiently. At the top give more sponge than at the bottom.
2. At the right side of camera, you have to tape 35mm film to the empty cartridge 120mm so the film can roll smoothly ( as you can see in the picture).
3. Back side of the Belair camera, you have to tape with black tape. If not, you will get light leaks.
4. Now, we are ready to take a picture. To get the exact space for next photo, you just need to turn it 5×.

Here’s the images.

Credits: ping-junior

good luck “selamat mencoba”

written by ping-junior on 2013-05-24 in #gear #tipster

10 Comments

  1. eugene_konovalov
    eugene_konovalov ·

    You are very creative! Thank you!

  2. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    @eusonfeliz

  3. eusonfeliz
    eusonfeliz ·

    Nice hahahaha @icuresick hahaha kelan mo hiramin 35mm back? Hahaha

  4. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    nice ping, lebih steady make semacem styrofoam gitu daripada busa biasa.

  5. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    I've run a few rolls through mine (before the new back came out) and just let the 35mm cassette sit in the back without anything to hold it in place. It turned out well I think. The 6x12 mask really makes some cool super wide images too. I think I counted around 90-100 clicks of the wheel for each shot for the 6x12 mask. I meant to try the 6x9 and 6x6 as well and get a click count too.

    Which mask is your 5x count for?

  6. ping-junior
    ping-junior ·

    sorry, there's some steps for photos is missing.
    if you hear the clicks for every turn. 1x turn is 18clicks. so 5x turn is about 90clicks.
    thanks

  7. ping-junior
    ping-junior ·

    sorry, there's some steps for photos is missing.
    if you hear the clicks for every turn. 1x turn is 18clicks. so 5x turn is about 90clicks.
    thanks

  8. ping-junior
    ping-junior ·

    @alienmeatsack
    sorry, there's some steps for photos is missing.
    if you hear the clicks for every turn. 1x turn is 18clicks. so 5x turn is about 90clicks.
    thanks

  9. ping-junior
    ping-junior ·

    @opon21, @coolsigg, @istionojr, @neanderthalis, @djramsay, @vicker313, and @eugene_konovalov.
    sorry, there's some steps for photos is missing.
    if you hear the clicks for every turn. 1x turn is 18clicks. so 5x turn is about 90clicks.
    thanks

  10. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Great results!

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