speaking of polaroid film

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    Im going to be building some pinhole polaroid and i have no idea what the numbers on the new peel apart films are and what the asa numbers are. Anybody got any idea.
     
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    If i was forty years younger I would ask for a meeting er with the shadow...
     
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    :lol:
     
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    Since I don't know who the shadow is, if it is a guy, I sure hope he can cook to.
     
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    In this instance, I offer up that the Shadow was Polaroid.com. :mrgreen:
     
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    WEll do ya think shadow (polaroid) can cook they sure as hell cant make cameras.
     
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    Just checked your website.... I have owned and used all those except the conty......

    No wonder you know what the 4x5 on the polaroid weigh3..... I sold a 110a with roll film back recently (I only lost fifty dollars on it) and my good roll film has the lens from a 110 wallensak Im mostly doing polaroids now but I have shot about all that stuff at one time or another.

    Say hi to your partner... wish I was young enough to do all that one more time. I am going to try to make the retro festival thing happen this spring.
     
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    hee hee! I am well acquainted with Polaroid-lust, as you can see. He hasn't found time to do much in the last several months. But we have a couple of beauties, as you saw. ;)

    The arts festivals are always just pure joy for me. In a back-breaking, rush-rush, detailed kind of way. :mrgreen:
     
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    On my website I have a short story called celebration of the wheel... it is a story about a festival and a photographer. I enjoyed writing that because it brought back some great memeories.
     

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