I made some 127 backing paper using some old Efke as a template. I rolled up a two-foot strip of Portra 160 in the backing paper and shot it in my Foth Derby. I was pleased to get 16 perfectly spaced frames. It is likely I'll do this many more times as I've got enough film left in the bulk roll to make about forty rolls of 127. The film was free and it costs me only about a buck per roll for the Unicolor C-41 processing.
Getting the 127 film into a form that is ready to use requires some effort, but it does get easier with practice. I think my next step will be to try to shoehorn a card table into my little bathroom to give myself a bit more working room than is available in my dark bag. I'll probably try shooting some of my other 127 cameras as well. The Kodak Brownie Reflex has a marvelously bright screen which makes it a real pleasure to shoot.