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    Reducing Back/Adapter Case

    What's a good case for carrying an 8x10 to 4x5 reducing adapter and back with you in the field?

    Thomas

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    Re: Reducing Back/Adapter Case

    I've been searching for one for a long time as well. Something like a neoprene laptop case that you could slip in a couple sheets of gatorboard to protect the glass would be ideal.

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    Re: Reducing Back/Adapter Case

    I have a few plastic "document boxes" I found at The Container Store" that are about the perfect size for 8x10 backs. Your results may vary depending on the size of your back. There are a number of photographic items at this store.
    Keith Pitman

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    Re: Reducing Back/Adapter Case

    That's a good idea Vinny. I'm going to check that out Keith.

    I've been packing mine in the factory box it came in which includes a cardboard protective cover. The box is starting to fall apart.

    Thomas

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