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Advantix film respooled into a 35mm cannister.

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  1. sandravo

    sandravo

    Looks like the black level isn't set properly, that would greatly boost some of these images... Just a thought :-)

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  2. tsingtao

    tsingtao

    Nice idea!

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  3. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    Great idea to load this film into the rocket and spinner!!

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  4. fartstorm

    fartstorm

    How did that work for processing? Just drop off the can as usual?

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Advantix film respooled into a 35mm cannister.

Someone bought me a whole box of APS film from a car boot sale last year and seeing as I didn't own an APS camera they were just left in the bottom of my wardrobe and forgotten about. I just recently re-discovered them during a clean out and wondered if it was possible to respool the film into a 35mm cannister. IT IS! I figured because there are no sprocket holes in APS film they onlt cameras it would really work in is either the Srocket Rocket (two whole turns of the advance knob) and the Spinner. Here are my Sprocket Rocket attempts. I'm quite pleased with some. The Spinner photos will be up soon.

weleasewoger72 This photo was shot on film. Taken by weleasewoger72 with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Advantix 200 film in Oxford. This photo can also be found in the album Kodak Advantix 200 in a Sprocket Rocket!.