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    500+ Posts dvoracek's Avatar
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    More big stereo

    More from my 6x6cm Stereo Populist.

    Had to crop the bottom to remove mysterious big red blobs.

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    The cooperative model reading again

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    Good work, Nick.

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    A pothos, near the bathroom window.

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    Looks like camera is working just great.

    I'm working on a 120 stereo pinhole camera .. should have some results soon colin

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    I'm still having issues with film transport for 120 film with my ultra simple, populist like arrangement. About three quarters of the way through a roll it tends to lock up, and I can't really visualize what's causing it to bind. I've been using a another 6X9 camera for the last few weeks to which I added a second winder on the supply spool to release the tension on that side when it starts to tighten up. I think that's working and I'll have some images later this week.

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    "About three quarters of the way through a roll it tends to lock up,"
    I have the same problem

    Just had a look at your pictures with my new Owl viewer.. GREAT WORK

    The first of my stereo images are in this thread

    http://www.f295.org/main/showthread....erry-Hill-Farm

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    Hi folks, not familiar with the camera but I had this problem recently too on a panoramic camera of mine. I found it was solved by allowing a little more clearance between the roll and the winder. What apparently was happening is the roll wanted to rise up a little on the winding shaft as it gathered film... allowed a couple more mm of room solved it for me.
    - James.

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    I think the second winder which allows me to loosen the supply side a bit before advancing the take-up side solved the problem. Unfortunatly, I didn't inspect the interior closely enough (after several years of being idle) and a piece of tape came loose and blocked about half the image, so no new pictures.
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