Bronica Zenza ETR 220 Back

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Bronica Zenza ETR 220 Back

  1. Purpose:

    • The 220 film back allows photographers to shoot more exposures per roll compared to the standard 120 film back.
    • This is particularly useful for professional and event photographers who need to shoot continuously without frequent film changes.
  2. Design and Features:

    • Construction: Made with durable materials to withstand professional use, it attaches securely to the ETR series camera bodies.
    • Film Capacity: The 220 film back holds 220 roll film, which provides up to 30 exposures of 6x4.5 cm frames per roll, double the number of exposures from a 120 film roll.
    • Film Advance Mechanism: Ensures smooth and reliable film advance, maintaining consistent frame spacing.
    • Exposure Counter: Includes an exposure counter to keep track of the number of shots taken.
    • Dark Slide: Comes with a dark slide for safe attachment and removal of the film back without exposing the film.
    • Film Insert: Typically includes a removable film insert, making it easier to load and unload film.
  3. Compatibility:

    • Compatible with all Bronica ETR series cameras, including the ETR, ETRS, and ETRSi models.
    • It’s crucial to confirm that the film back is designed for the specific ETR model you are using, although the 220 back is generally standardized across the series.
  4. Benefits:

    • Extended Shooting: With twice the number of exposures compared to 120 film, the 220 back reduces the frequency of film changes, which is beneficial for continuous shooting situations.
    • Efficiency: Increases efficiency during photo shoots by allowing more shots per roll, minimizing downtime.
    • Cost-Effective: While 220 film can be more cost-effective on a per-exposure basis, it’s important to note that it might be less readily available than 120 film.
  5. Usage Scenarios:

    • Event Photography: Ideal for weddings, concerts, and other events where changing film frequently can be disruptive.
    • Commercial Shoots: Useful in commercial and studio settings where a high volume of shots is required.
    • Field Work: Beneficial for field photography where carrying and changing multiple rolls of film may be inconvenient.
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