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Thread: Making new Belliws

  1. #11

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    Re: Making new Belliws

    I picked up a Kodak 2D a few months ago that needed work. I figured I might need to get new bellows since the bellows had several light leaks in the creases and corners. I managed to patch it well enough with some fabric paint and liquid stitch to get it light tight enough to test out the lens. With a bit of X ray film, it has been a relatively inexpensive experiment as I figure out whether I want to do more 8x10.

  2. #12

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    Re: Making new Belliws

    Had an 8x10 with iffy bellows...
    So taped them up on the corners and during use after focusing, threw the dark cloth over the bellows, which is not a bad practice anyways...

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