Do you have Kodak Instamatic cameras that you’re raring to use? Hack ordinary film into 126 cartridges using this tipster!
We’ve talked about retrofitting 120 film into a 620 format camera yesterday so we’ll continue along those lines today! 126 format film was (finally) discontinued by Kodak back in 2008, and that left Instamatic aficionados a little sad. Luckily with some elbow grease, you can use a regular, run-off-the-mill 35mm film on your 126 format camera!
All you need is a changing bag or a darkroom, an empty 126 film cartridge, 35mm film, and a whole lot of practice. Interested? Check out the video below for the whole process!
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