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h i n t s ' n ' t i p s
hints'n'tips Wether you want to use your camera or just collect an nice piece of technical history, this section provides information about some important and less important camera details and quirks.
  • camera age
    Learn how to determine the age of your camera. Good on you Kodak!
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  • camera value
    Answers to the question: How much is my camera worth?
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  • negative sizes
    Everyone knows 35mm film (Type 135), many know Type 120 film but do you know about Type 101 and Type 122 ?
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  • finding film
    Where to get film for you classic Kodak camera?
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  • using 126 film
    When your camera uses obsolete 126 format instamatic film, you might be able to use readily available 120 format film. Information on how to use it is to be found here.
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  • using 616 film
    When you own a camera made for 616 film, you might want to convert it for use with 120 Film. Here the instructions how to convert a Kodak Six-16 Folding Camera.
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  • using 620 film
    When your camera uses 620 format film, you might be able to respool readily available 120 format film on old 620 film spools. Here's how to do it.
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  • using 828 film
    When your camera uses 828 format film, you might be able to use readily available 120 format film. Information on what to do is to be found here.
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  • autographic film
    The world's first databack.
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  • processing film
    Now that you've found the correct film for your camera you need to figure out how to have it developed. Here a simple description of how to process black and white film at home. It is really easy and good fun.
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  • camera repair
    Repairing your Kodak camera is not always hard or even impossible. Some tips and books for further reading can be found here.
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  • film pack
    No plates and no roll film. The film pack is older than you might think.
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  • flip-flop
    Where does the term "flip-flop shutter" come from?
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  • snapshots
    The official guide on how to take "snapshots".
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  • waistlevel finder
    How to use a waistlevel finder on a box camera.
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  • pinhole camera
    A cartridge pinhole camera is very easy to make using a 126 instamatic cartridge.
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  • accessories
    Some great, some cool and some pretty useless accessories in this section.
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