4x5 Film Holder needed with Fuji Quik-Stick film?

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Do I still need 4x5 Film Holder if I use Fuji Quik-Stick film (e.i. Astia 100)?

-- David Roy (david_h_roy@excite.com), July 03, 2001


Do you mean QuickLOAD? If so, no, you need the Fuji Quickload holder or equivalent.

-- Todd Caudle (tcfotos@home.com), July 03, 2001.

Todd: Thanks, your right, I did mean quickload.

-- David Roy (david_h_roy@excite.com), July 03, 2001.

I have a similar question; I thought I'd read somewhere that the Polaroid 545 film backs will work for Fuji Quickload. Is this true?

-- Katharine Thayer (kthayer@pacifier.com), July 04, 2001.

Katharine: I found this link should answer your question http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=000ek3

-- David Roy (david_h_roy@excite.com), July 05, 2001.

Quik-Stick film sounds quite a good idea. No filmholder needed. Just slap it on the inside of the ground-glass screen! And no film bulging problems either.;^0

-- Pete Andrews (p.l.andrews@bham.ac.uk), July 06, 2001.

Thanks for link. I thought I had read everything on the site but evidently somehow missed the whole series of threads on film holders.

-- Kaatharine Thayer (kthayer@pacifer.com), July 07, 2001.

Katherine: Yes, I've just recently found the categories at the lower section of the page too.

-- David Roy (david_h_roy@excite.com), July 09, 2001.

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