I have a vintage AGFA PB20 Readyset that I would like to start shooting with more... I have shot one roll of 120 film in it already and had decent results. However, to load the roll of film into the camera, I had to re-roll the film and load it in total darkness. The problem that I am facing is the spindles that the film is rolled onto.... When I bought the camera, it had a pair of Kodak 620 film spindles in it, metal ones. The camera is designed to shoot 120 film as well, but the plastic spindles on modern 120 film are too big and won't fit in the camera. It's been suggested to me that I just sand the flat ends of the 120 film spindles to fit in the camera but I fear that they would easily break, so I am looking to modify the camera. Are there parts from another camera that I could source to fit in it? Or should I create my own custom pieces to retrofit the camera? Here are some photos that depict what I'm talking about.... New spindle on the left, Kodak 620 on the right.... You can see that the flat edges are much thinner on the 620 spindles. DSC_4198 by Ricky Shull, on Flickr The circumference of the flat edges is greater on the new spindles as well. DSC_4199 by Ricky Shull, on Flickr DSC_4204 by Ricky Shull, on Flickr DSC_4205 by Ricky Shull, on Flickr I appreciate any tips or suggestions greatly, thank you!