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6 Comments

  1. alltheusernamearetaken
    alltheusernamearetaken ·

    this is great, how did you manage to get 35mm film in there?
    I just got my lubitel 2 last night, really excited to try it out.

  2. shoykhetd
    shoykhetd ·

    @alltheusernamearetaken well just put a roll in here and stick the film into an empty roll of 120 mm (it would be a receiver). rewinding takes about 3 half-rotations. the hardest thing is to close camera because lubitel2 doesn't have enough space for a roll of 35mm film. but it can be fixed only with brute force. it is how I did it. so it's kinda risky)

  3. shoykhetd
    shoykhetd ·

    @alltheusernamearetaken well just put a roll in here and stick the film into an empty roll of 120 mm (it would be a receiver). rewinding takes about 3 half-rotations. the hardest thing is to close camera because lubitel2 doesn't have enough space for a roll of 35mm film. but it can be fixed only with brute force. it is how I did it. so it's kinda risky)

  4. shoykhetd
    shoykhetd ·

    @alltheusernamearetaken well just put a roll in here and stick the film into an empty roll of 120 mm (it would be a receiver). rewinding takes about 3 half-rotations. the hardest thing is to close camera because lubitel2 doesn't have enough space for a roll of 35mm film. but it can be fixed only with brute force. it is how I did it. so it's kinda risky)

  5. shoykhetd
    shoykhetd ·

    @alltheusernamearetaken well just put a roll in here and stick the film into an empty roll of 120 mm (it would be a receiver). rewinding takes about 3 half-rotations. the hardest thing is to close camera because lubitel2 doesn't have enough space for a roll of 35mm film. but it can be fixed only with brute force. it is how I did it. so it's kinda risky)

  6. shoykhetd
    shoykhetd ·

    @alltheusernamearetaken well just put a roll in here and stick the film into an empty roll of 120 mm (it would be a receiver). rewinding takes about 3 half-rotations. the hardest thing is to close camera because lubitel2 doesn't have enough space for a roll of 35mm film. but it can be fixed only with brute force. it is how I did it. so it's kinda risky)