It may all tighten down well enough after the knobs are secure, but I would not have put those couple of seconds in the middle into the film, where he is messing with the front movements and the whole front end is wobbling around like a bucket of loose parts. Now I need to see more to assure me.
Anyway, the Intrepid 8x10 is stiff competition that I will be most interested in seeing. I already have warned my wife that I may have to buy a New camera (usually what I buy can be justified by pennies-on-the-dollar used and obsolete pricing structures.)
Is 4'5 inch same like 8x10cm
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I'm not sure I'm understanding the question. 2.54 cm = 1 inch exactly. 4x5 inches = approximately 10x12.5cm. 8x10 inches = approximately 20cm x 25cm. Actual film sizes and area of film exposed are slightly different. With glass plates 8x10 inches may be 8x10 inches. When film started metal inserts were made to go in glass plate holders, that forced film to be a little smaller than 8x10 inches. Does this help?
4x5 and 8x10 are far more common then metric sizes.
Which of the 2 you would want depends also on your output, are you going to scan, enlarge, contact print?