Where I am, It is hard to develop 120 film, and it would be much more simpler to use 35mm in my 120mm Diana. This is a simple and free method of using 35mm film in a 120 camera.

Step 1: What you need

All you need for this is:

~ One used roll of film.
~ A 120mm film spool
~ Some buttons or something that can be used as a spacer underneath the roll to hold it in place.
~ Obviously a new roll of film, in this Intsructable I am using some Kodak slide film.
~ A 120 camera, I am using the Diana, but I'm pretty sure you can use any 120 camera, but it depends whether the 35mm film will fit
into it.
~ Some kind of wire cutters or other cutters that you can cut the plastic.
top tip alert! <br>
rekon im gonna use it on my 1932 rolliflex , thanks
that's gorgeous! <br>
Awesome :) have fun
IMPORTANT. <br>When you advance between frames you must turn about one and a halve times, depending on the frame size of your camera.
Looks like a good, simple solution! Good use of readily available and cheap/no-cost materials. Thanks for sharing! <br> <br>I want to try this on my Agfa Clack 120 <br>pinhole camera. How did you determine how many turns of the film advance between frames? <br> <br> <br>
Thankyou :) Yes I did forget to put that in, I will put it in now. I did about 1 and a halve turns between frames.

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