I have been shooting with a Cambo Legend for some time, and was just able to pick up a Cambo Master for a song. There are three minor problems with this otherwise exceptionally clean camera that I'm hoping to fix.
1) The depth of field calculator (which is positioned on the back of the rear standard's fine focusing knob) is on backwards (the marking lines point to the knob instead of the other way around so I can't line them up with the marking dot). Is there anyway to disassemble the knob and reassemble it (without damaging it) so that I can reverse it. Also, most of the knobs could probably use a good cleaning and lubrication, so I would probably give all of them a good overhaul.
2) The camera is a Cambo Master (definitely) and I have the PDF instruction manual for it. However, the camera does not have the Ground Glass Scale for Tilt or the Ground Glass Scale for Swing etched into the ground glass. Is there anywhere to purchase a replacement ground glass that does? Also, I've noticed that there are now fresnel ground glass that make for a brighter edge to edge image. Would this be a wiser move? Is it possible to get both in the same piece?
3) It's missing one of the spirit levels. I could scavenge one from my old camera, but I'm going to be selling it to a friend, and would prefer to just get a new one, so I don't have to leave her in the same position.
That's it for now, I thank you all in advance for taking the time to read this.