Film for an old Kodak Brownie 44A?

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  1. bennnnn

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    New here, just got a vintage Kodak brownie 44a and was wondering where i could find film for it, ebay for example.

    cheeers for any help!
     
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    The B&H catalog still lists "Portra 160NC' in the 127 size for $12 per roll.
     
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    Yup, they have a few:
    Roll Film

    Looks like they have Kodak Portra 160NC, Fuji Provia 100F, and Efke R100 in 127.
     
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    Cheers guys.

    Ive now got the efke iso 100 film, loaded in my camera.
    My question now is, ive wound it to the point where a square dot appears. Are there dots instead of numbers on this film or shall i wind it further until i see a number 1?

    sorry if this is a stupid question but thats why im here right?
    thankssssss!
     
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    Frames are numbered. Once film is started and the back is closed, advance to
    frame #1.

    If that camera uses only a red window for advancing film (i.e., no frame
    counter) then keep the window covered and only uncover it for advancing
    film in subdued light. If it has no cover, use some dark tape to cover it.
    Otherwise you could fog the film or cause film markings to appear in your
    images.
     

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