A calumet 8x10 on a budget.
1. Photo of me making a lensboard on my Buffalo drill press, made in 1888, in my cluttered garage.
2. The camera with a Hyatt's Rapid lens on a homemade lensboard. The front standard has been modified to be able to put almost any lens in front of the Packard Shutter as long as I make an extended lensboard for it. The original front standard is still behind Packard Shutter, and I can put shuttered lenses in it.
3. My Goerz Red Dot Artar, and my Cooke 12" Series II Portrait lens, both on homemade lensboards. Fot small lenses, I use plastic sheets for the backing. For larger, heavier lenses I use...
4. Old clipboards.