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    Re: Deardorff Bi-Post assembly instructions needed

    I wanted the camera and had to buy a stand so that I could use it. The main attractions were the bellows draw and large lensboards---I've always been partial to the long lenses. I had the camera refurbished, and bought a second intermediate bellows standard against the day when I have enough space to use the full length of the bed tracks. Slightly larger than life size with a 610mm lens is pretty impressive, but it is a long walk from the object plane to the groundglass...

    The only room in the house with enough ceiling height to make photography practical is the family room, which just yesterday evening was converted back to social purposes; the next time I set up for photography will probably be at the end of November, and I'll try to remember to make a snapshot for you then.

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    Re: Deardorff Bi-Post assembly instructions needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Moe View Post
    My cutoffs are 69" and weigh maybe 20 lbs each, I can easily lift and move them.
    Make a couple of industrial-design lamps of them!

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    Re: Deardorff Bi-Post assembly instructions needed

    I may, I am keeping them.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    Make a couple of industrial-design lamps of them!

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