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it depends on what camera then what format you use, most common in 6x6 which will get you 12.
By AlexCorona on February 9, 2014
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This is 120 film for a medium format camera. It will not work with a 35mm camera.
By Ciaran on February 13, 2014
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Number of exposures per roll depends on the camera. 6x6 is 12 67 is 10 etc
By Nathan Ritter on September 17, 2014
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If you order direct from Amazon, they should be dated after 3/15, since when I last bought some from Amazon in Jan. of this year they had that ex. date (that is assuming Amazon is shipping fresh stock). The film though should be good five years after the expiration date, as long as it is kept in the freezer/frig and n… see more If you order direct from Amazon, they should be dated after 3/15, since when I last bought some from Amazon in Jan. of this year they had that ex. date (that is assuming Amazon is shipping fresh stock). The film though should be good five years after the expiration date, as long as it is kept in the freezer/frig and not in the heat/humidity. If Amazon does not send you fresh film, then B&H and Adorama on the east coast and Freestyle on the west have a reputation for having fresh film stock. see less
By Nathan Ritter on September 11, 2013
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I have a Kodak Duaflex camera, however I am not using the 120 film in it currently. I am trying this film out with my old Franka which I bought recently. The 120 film will work in the Kodak, but you will need to respool the 120 onto the 620 spool in the Kodak. Be sure to ask for the spool back when you send it in fo… see more I have a Kodak Duaflex camera, however I am not using the 120 film in it currently. I am trying this film out with my old Franka which I bought recently. The 120 film will work in the Kodak, but you will need to respool the 120 onto the 620 spool in the Kodak. Be sure to ask for the spool back when you send it in for developing. Al see less
By Albert A. Fleming on February 19, 2014
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All the spartus full-vue i have seen, about 3, have been for 120 film. Unless it was modified in some way it should work with this product.
By S. Pajon on November 9, 2013
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The film is usable with a 620 film camera, however, the film spools of 120 film and 620 film are different. Play around with an old roll of 120 film to see what the differences between the rolls are and how you can adjust for them.
By kim despain on December 12, 2015