Adapter - 35mm to 120 Film Adapter / Sprockets!

  • $19.99


35mm to 120 Film Adapter! Shoot Sprockets!

Buy ONE Adapter and use a 120 spool as take-up.
Buy TWO Adapters and make it DELUXE - you can use included 35mm Cartridge as take-up!


above: One set allows you to use a 120 spool as take-up.

Shoot 35mm film in your 120 medium format cameras! This Film Adapter Kit lets you load 35mm film in cameras made for the 120 film.

Purchase ONE Kit and you receive:

  • One 2-part adapter for your 35mm film canister
  • 1 - 120 take-up spool
  • 1 detailed instructions paper

With 35mm film in a 120 film camera you’ll get panoramic-format photographs with different sizes depending on your camera’s frame size.

Notes - (more details on instruction sheet that ships with adapter):

  • You will need to tape up the window on the back of your camera so you do not get light leaks.
  • The take-up spool is a 120 spool so you will have to unload the camera in a dark room or black bag (rewinding the film back  into its 35mm cartridge.)
  • If a trusted lab like TheDarkroom is processing / scanning your film, you will have to select SPROCKETS as an option when ordering scans.

above: The possibilities if you purchase TWO 35mm to 120 adapters! Read on!

BUY 2 ADAPTER KITS AND MAKE IT DELUXE!
If you purchase TWO 35mm to 120 Adapters you can use one as the feed and one as the take up...BOTH using 35mm cartridges! 

What you get if you purchase TWO adapters:

  • TWO - 2-part adapter for your 35mm film canister
  • 1 120 take-up spool
  • 10 empty 35mm canisters
  • 1 detailed instructions paper

The eliminates the need to use a darkroom to change film! You will need a small pair of scissors. Select TWO when purchasing to get this Deluxe package. Remember to tape up the window on the back of your camera! You can buy extra empty 35mm cartridges HERE.


Above photo by Santi Navarro from the FPP Flickr Group. Below photo by Michael Raso: "Little" Ollie shot on the FPP Debonair Camera!



There are many formats and standards in the 120 film world - cameras that have different frame sizes. With 35mm film in a medium format camera you’ll get panoramic-format photographs with a size of about…
— 3,5x6cm in 6×6 cameras (Hasselblad, Rolleiflex, Yashica 635, TLR…)
— 3,5x7cm in 6×7 cameras (Pentax 67, Mamiya 7, Fuji 6×7…)
— 3,5x9cm with Fuji GSW690 and similar 6×9 cameras
— 3,5x17cm with panoramic Linhof Technorama or Fuji GX617…

The larger the frame, the fewer the pictures will result from a roll of 35mm film. Another variable is the length of the film: the 135 film can have 12, 24, 27, 36 exposures or even more in case of manual bulk respoolings… On a 6×7 camera, a 24 exposures film will give you circa 12 photos 35x70mm. 36 exposures film will give you about 18 photos depending on the type of camera.

Please read the detailed instructions enclosed with your kit. Happy Shooting!

Recommended 35mm Films to use with your new Adapters:

NOTE: Please read instructions. Forcing the adapter on the wrong part of your 35mm cartridge will result in breakage. This adapter is non-refundable.


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