I have a Kodak Autographic 2c that takes 130 film. Is there another film I can use or a source for 130?
A photo I found at this URL <http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00Da87&tag=> was taken on 127 film, so perhaps that would work...?
I'm afraid your 130 film was discontinued around 1972-3 or so. If you have or can find a 130 reel you could make a mask
for a 120 reels width and use it as a take-up reel. It would give you a semi pano image, but you would have to experiment re the frame spacing. You would also have to
figure a way to block the 120 reel so that the film will follow a straight line since 130 film is considerably wider than 120. 127 film would be way, way too small.
Back, many years ago when I used to collect old cameras, I did this with several old Kodaks. The last 130 film I had expired in about 1976-77 or so. I sold it with the rest of
my collection many years ago.
If you happen to find some 130 film, you would also need a 130 size developing reel and tank which you may be able to find at a photo show or on line somewhere
For old cameras I collect that take discontinued film, they get fed some 35mm or anything else that fits. Sometimes a 35 cannister fits inside (some of the old Brownies) otherwise I cut a strip or two of film in a changing bag and lay the film across the film path. Tape the red window. Here is an example of this technique if you wish to try it. http://www.horsewith3tails.com/brownie%2035/index.htm It can provide some fun/interesting results. Good luck, post an experiment if you have time.
I've got to admit that's a really clever idea. I particularly like the color one made with two strips of film. Creativity is a wonderful thing to see!