Difference between Type 100 film and 4x5 films!

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Difference between Type 100 film and 4x5 films!

Postby lomographer » Wed 05 September 2012 / 22:31 pm

HI all,

Just curious on the difference between these films,

http://en.polaroid-passion.com/polaroid ... -films.php

and

http://en.polaroid-passion.com/polaroid ... -films.php

aren't they technically all 4X5?

I found a big shot camera in my attic and thought i'd use it but i'm not sure which films to get, and most are quite expensive on ebay.

please do advise, as many of the films have so many variation it's confusing me (53,54,55).

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Postby invader » Wed 05 September 2012 / 22:50 pm

3 ¼ x 4 ¼ inch not equal to 4X5 inch... :mrgreen:

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Postby Fabrice_K* » Wed 05 September 2012 / 22:51 pm

Just the size...
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Postby colthsivers » Thu 06 September 2012 / 00:17 am

Hi,
and for your Big Shot you have to buy pack 100 films, like Fuji FP-100C.

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Postby xya » Thu 06 September 2012 / 09:40 am

and one more thing: with your bigshot you must use magicube flashes. it doesn't work without flash. whereas the fuji film is easy to find and not expensive, the magicubes (and n o t ordinary flashcubes!!!!) are hard to find and quite expensive.
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