Minh Nguyen [minhnguyen9113]

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BIOGRAPHY
One day in the 60's, when we were playing in a park, an American soldier walked by took a photograph of us, minutes later he gave us a picture from an unknown machine... I love the mysterious machine from that day. Work: Mechanic. Hobby : Photography. Converting Polaroid to 120 roll film and 35mm roll film, living in Los Angeles, California. Polaroids which use roll-film can be converted properly to 120 roll-film and 35mm roll-film. Besides those folding cameras such as Kodaks and Agfas which use 616 and 620 can be converted to use 120 roll-film, some specific models have ability to use 120 and 135 roll-film. I am now in a new project: converting The Kodak 3A series to Panorama cameras 56x140 mm format by adapting wide lens on them, widen The Polaroid to 54x135 mm and join two Polaroids J66 to form a 56x225mm. I just think and do it because whatever comes out is a good result for DIY. Sure I did make mistakes and still make more mistakes, but I'm better now. Happy hacking cameras !!! The next step is going bigger with an interchangeable 4x5 camera back mounted on different Polaroid models in 03/08. The results are interesting and I have several 4x5 backs done I finish the 6x17 Kodak 4A and it will be out in July 08, the 6x17 slides look beautiful. I will put a wide angle lens on it in the end of this year. I finish some multi film multi format Polaroids, these are 120 roll film cameras, come with a 4x5 interchangeable back so they can take both medium and large format film...

GALLERIES

Polarama

Kodarama

PHOTOS

Polaroid with 35mm roll film

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