127 or 120?

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    Hi,

    I just got my hands on a Certo Dolly Vest Pocket (Model A) and I am little confused as to what film can I use with it ? 127 or 120? Thanks in adv! :)


     
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    "Vest Pocket" means 127 film. Kodak created the 127 film format for its Vest Pocket cameras and referred to the film as "Vest Pocket Film" or "VP Film." Other mfrs made cameras for this film and some used "Vest Pocket" in the camera name.
     
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    Efke make 127 film
     

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