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Well I am happy to say my Bronica ETRSi 220 film back works fine with 120 film. I loaded my 220 film back with 120 film and took it out on Wednesday and have just developed 15 (and a half) negatives.
Thatís good to know and very timely too. I have just picked up an ETRS 220 back for £30, a big difference to the £90+ price of 120 film backs, in the hope I could use it with my Bronica ETRS - and then I see your post! Result!
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I have mentioned on another topic, a seller on fleabay sells 70mm offcuts of film.
There are a few websites demonstrating how to slit film down to other sizes using simple home made jigs that have a scalpel blade or double edged razor blade for the cutter
If anyone fancies trying, have a look at northernfilm on fleabay.
They have various types of 70mm film.

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I had forgotten that I had already asked the same question a short while ago (comes with age is my excuse). I will pass this on an suggests he tries to get it on a sale or return basis.
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Well I am happy to say my Bronica ETRSi 220 film back works fine with 120 film. I loaded my 220 film back with 120 film and took it out on Wednesday and have just developed 15 (and a half) negatives.
Good news on that!

I presume that you felt no undue pressure on the winder when winding the film on between exposures and then at the end of the roll, when a longer length of paper has to be wound on?

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Good news on that!

I presume that you felt no undue pressure on the winder when winding the film on between exposures and then at the end of the roll, when a longer length of paper has to be wound on?

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No it all worked fine for me

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