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by sfoonsfo
Fri 22 March 2013 / 07:06 am
Forum: Polaroid® back
Topic: Mamiya RB67 and polaroid back.
Replies: 7
Views: 15402

RB67 Polaroid Back

Do a search out on the web for a Mamiya 301-300. I had refurbish the two NPC backs that I got (one for color film, the other for black and white). I played with the mounting screws on one of them and it stopped my light leaks. The other back, I used the felt with adhesive backing (the same item you ...
by sfoonsfo
Fri 22 March 2013 / 01:37 am
Forum: Polaroid® back
Topic: Mamiya RB67 and polaroid back.
Replies: 7
Views: 15402

RB67 Polaroid Back

The NPC has the single bar - which I too really don't like. The one where there are two even spaced black bars are the actual Mamiya Polaroid Back. You can tell the difference because the Mamiya version has the dark slide coming from the bottom versus from the left side on the NPC. I have been looki...
by sfoonsfo
Mon 04 March 2013 / 09:31 am
Forum: Polaroid® back
Topic: best possible instant film camera to acquire in 2013..
Replies: 6
Views: 13135

Polaroid 180,185,190 and 195 were considered "professional" models. A company called NPC made Polaroid backs and a limited edition model 185 up until 2000. NPC was started by a man who worked with Edwin Land. The film I like are the Fuji FP100c and FP3000b. I missed that Fuji stopped makin...
by sfoonsfo
Mon 04 March 2013 / 09:21 am
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions
Topic: New Member from San Francisco Bay Area, California USA
Replies: 8
Views: 2173

Thank you everyone from around the world.

The love of photography just seems to bring people together!


Merci à tous pour l'accueil chaleureux. J'espère que la traduction est correcte.
by sfoonsfo
Fri 01 March 2013 / 04:12 am
Forum: Welcomes and Introductions
Topic: New Member from San Francisco Bay Area, California USA
Replies: 8
Views: 2173

New Member from San Francisco Bay Area, California USA

Just a quick hello to everyone. Glad to see so many are keeping Polaroid alive. With the Polaroids.... I shoot primarily a Polaroid 195 & a converted Pathfinder 110a modified to shoot pack film.

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