Any sleeve for 110 and 127 film?

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  1. captain ZZM

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    Since lomography produce 110 film l bought and shoot a few roll maybe 2-3 roll, not much more, and l just used 135 sleeve to save it. I can't found any sleeve for 110 or 127 although they still keep life. It isn‘t a problem, but l still want to find (and more important to buy) it.

    Well, l think it is wrong to put this post on news thread but l can not how to remove.
     
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    PrintFile did make them back in the 80's & 90's. Stock number was 110-5. I could use some more.

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    they are 5 5/8" wide by 5 1/8" tall.
     
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    I use 120 sleeves for 127 but, like you, I wish there was a better alternative.
     
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    Maybe if our pals in Italy get 127 back in production, Print file will have incentive to add them back into their line. :smile:
     
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    I asked Print File if the would make 110 sleeves. That said they would but the minimum quantity is 25,000.
     
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    Put me down for 100, sleeves, not packages.. :happy:
     
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    that is 250 packages. clarify the price and launch a kickstarter. :smile: order to be placed if 250 units sold, else canceled.

    remember that the 110 size is also used in Sub Minature cameras like Minolta16 and Mamiya 16. why not ask on the submini forum to see if there is interest.
     
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    I'd buy a package, too.
     
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    Take 35mm pages, and a sewing machine. and divide the 35mm sleeves down the middle, and the negs don't slide around inside the pages. This worked well for me for Minolta 16mm. Most have some 35mm sleeves around. This is a cheapo solution.
     
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    I don’t think it would be that difficult to find 250 people that would be interested. And I would bet a large portion of these would be buying more than one package.

    Unfortunately, I don’t shoot subminiature formats. 35mm is the least I accept (no offense meant).
     
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    I have 5 Minolta 16 cameras & a couple of Pentax Auto 110s. The first camera I ever bought was a Minolta 16 MG in 1972 from a pawn shop at Ft. Hood TX. I slit my own 16mm film from 35mm & reload Minolta 16 carts. When Verichrome Pan 110 was available I used the Pentax Auto 110 a lot but after Kodak dropped the 110 B&W film I went back to the Minoltas as I could get film. I'm now using the Pentax Auto 110 again now that Lomography has B&W 110 film. Got 5 rolls from B&H and will be shooting it soon. I'm a 16mm/110 fan :smile: ! But only B&W.

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/885403-REG/Lomography_677_Orca_110_B_W_Negative.html


    I have a Beseler Printermaker 35 with a 67 Dicro head setup just for 16mm/110 printing only.


    I will contact PrintFile again and see if I can get some pricing.
     
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