Camerhack Adapter for 116 Film Cameras: FAK116

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Johan S. (Guildford, GB)
Does the job well

Good quality product and comes with very useful instructions on how to mount them and how to advance the film in different cameras. I bought these for my No 1A Pocket Kodak Autographic. The red bits mount very well onto the spools, but my camera also needs the white bits. The white bits fit loosely onto the red bits and kept falling off when I inserted the spools into the camera. A bit of superglue worked wonders to hold them together and does not seem to affect the film (HP5). One should expect to have to improvise a bit with a 100 year old camera!

Bengt H. (Sollebrunn, SE)
Nice and quick

The adapters from 116 to 120 rollfilm works just fine.
Just a pity the customs fees make it more expensive to buy from GB.

Vincenzo D.F.

Soddisfatto dell’acquisto; ottimo prodotto

Angus G. (Luton, GB)
Revives your old 116 camera

One day I went slightly mad and bought an 1899 Folding Pocket Kodak. I tried a home hack with rawl plugs and put a couple of rolls of 120 film through it, but while that did work the film movement was inconsistent. This relatively cheap set of spool adaptors makes it easy to use 120 films in your vintage 116 camera. Seems to be made well, of both metal and plastic parts. Makes my Kodak far more practical than the old hack. Note that the frame numbers on the backing paper still won't match frame sizes for the 116 format so you'll need to figure out how many turns per frame or use the markers for 16 frames per film if they're present - in which case 2.5 120 frames equals one 116 frame. You should get six frames per 120 film on this with most 116 cameras. It goes without saying that any 120 film is compatible and while I am mad enough to put Ektar through a 120 year old camera, I find Fomapan 100 is a great all rounder for this purpose.

Martin B. (Morpeth, GB)
Great fun

Little bit fiddly to set up, making sure that everything fitted smoothly and the film would run through the camera, but all now works. Looking forward to developing the film to see the results. Prints will have to be contact prints. However, I have high hopes as the camera (a 1930s box Brownie) takes amazing images.

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