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  1. nation_of_pomation

    nation_of_pomation

    How did you rig it like this?

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  2. jared_j_frank

    jared_j_frank

    A 35mm roll fits pretty snug into the Koni's 120 back. I taped the roll into the back and the film lead to the 120 spool. Operate as usual, but stop advancing your lever once you feel ANY resistance. Toss it all in a dark room (or darkbag) and manually wind it back into your spool. It's pretty straightforward, even if it sounds complicated when written out. Thanks for taking an interest! (Also, I think I need find my negatives and figured out what film I shot, because I'm positive it wasn't Portra.)

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This photo was shot on film. Taken by jared_j_frank with a Koni Rapid Omega 200 loaded with Kodak Portra 160VC film in Polk County, IA, United States. These tags describe this photo: jury-rigged-35mm, sprockets, bridge, farm, and fields. This photo can also be found in the album Farms. All Farms. [Too Many Farms].

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