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Thread: 35mm in a 1933 Art Deco Kodak Jiffy

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    Considering this camera is 82yrs old and the correct film is not made anymore, this is the first film run through this camera in a long long time. A regular 35mm canister used taped to the wind up spool turned this old beauty into a cheap panoramic camera. I taped a binder coil ring to the canister so it would cause each sprocket pass to click, allowing me to know how much to wind for the next exposure (23 clicks).


    Kodak Jiffy 35mm by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr


    Kodak Jiffy 35mm by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr


    Kodak Jiffy 35mm by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr


    Kodak Jiffy Six-16 by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr

    First photo run through the camera

    Kodak Jiffy 35mm by No Stone Unturned Photography, on Flickr
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    That is amazing.. Love the second picture the most. So cool

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    I've been to flagstaff a million times including last weekend and you take pics of things I've never noticed there.

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    did anyone look at you funny using such an old camera?
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    Quote Originally Posted by offroadaz View Post
    did anyone look at you funny using such an old camera?
    I tried to do it quickly

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    I've been to flagstaff a million times including last weekend and you take pics of things I've never noticed there.
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    I had a couple people ask the hows so: http://www.higherground4x4.com/goexp...3-kodak-jiffy/
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    So very cool, Mike!
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    I have got to make time for a long weekend where I do nothing but explore this guys art installations. Great shot, Mike... even better with the bad ass camera technology.
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    Thanks. It's a really interesting story too. Chip Thomas - The Painted Desert Project.
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