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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Dan, I've browsed a decade of your comments on this site and I'd expect nothing less than the above.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    By the above, I was only referring to Dan Fromm's post.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    The OP (it) spends more time on Photrio (formerly APUG/DPUG) where there's an open, friendly atmosphere and far less of the above.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    I agree that the For Sale forum is what keeps this site vibrant.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    I agree.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Why does the Photrio For Sale forum function so smoothly when many of the people who sell here also sell there?
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Re: Tin Can

    You bought a number of things from me through this site, Randy. Thank you for that.

    Also, 70% of my large format equipment was bought here.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    I believe that the ability to dispose of and acquire used large format photographic equipment on this site is what keeps it alive. I don't think the role it plays should be underestimated.

    Here's...
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Are you saying that including the sentence I also have lenses for sale here at the bottom of a for sale post, where the word here is a link to an older for sale post, is considered gaming the system?
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    A question on FS rule enforcement

    Why is it unacceptable to include a link in a for sale post to another for sale post within the For Sale/For Trade forum? Once a post leaves the first page, it's pretty much invisible for a month...
  11. Re: Technika lensboard to Chinese copy comparison

    Which brand of Swiss Made computer are you using to post replies to this forum?
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    Re: mystique of an 8x10 Deardorff?

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    Re: mystique of an 8x10 Deardorff?

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    Re: mystique of an 8x10 Deardorff?

    The large square hoods that he's using might be from motion picture cameras of the day.
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    Re: mystique of an 8x10 Deardorff?

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  16. Re: Replacement Strap for Burke & James 8x10 View Camera

    A sturdy leather dog collar of the appropriate width and length would make a good view camera handle.
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    Re: Largesense or Nonsense?

    $104,000? The price should keep it from going anywhere.
  18. Re: Beginning LF in the tradition of Alec Soth, Stephen Shore

    Yesterday, I had the privilege of holding Louis Armstrong's trumpet. Just because I was holding Louis Armstrong's trumpet, it doesn't mean I know how to play it. And even if I'm a great trumpet...
  19. Re: Beginning LF in the tradition of Alec Soth, Stephen Shore

    Why don't you just get the same camera & lens as Alec Soth or Stephen Shore? Then you can't make any excuses about your equipment as you produce your images.
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    Re: Where to get a lens board drilled?

    Someone with a drill press and a set of large Forstner bits can drill a clean hole for you pretty easily. And yes, you drill a hole with a drill bit. A hole saw will also work.

    Look for a...
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    Re: Feedback on moderation

    My solution to the super-micromanagement and stifling policies that have taken over the for sale forum here, is to spend more time on APUG.
  22. Re: Polaroid 8x10 film holders more expensive than lenses?

    I spoke to someone at Golden Engineering some time ago. The retail price of the field processor is $799.
  23. Re: Polaroid 8x10 film holders more expensive than lenses?

    The "Calumet" field processor is still being made by its original manufacturer, Golden Engineering, Inc. of Centerville, Indiana. And yes, it's compatible only with the Polaroid 81-06 film holder.
  24. Re: to the mods, does lowering a price on a FS item constitute a bump

    I believe you've underestimated how important the For Sale forum is to the viability/vibrancy of this website. And I'm sure Sean over at APUG thanks you for making his website that much more active.
  25. Re: to the mods, does lowering a price on a FS item constitute a bump

    Bumps don't do anything on this site anymore, unless a user goes out of their way to change the sort order of the forum. I doubt that very many users would do this.

    Once your For Sale post leaves...
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    Re: Looking for info 8x10 viewing hood

    Did you buy this on eBay a few years ago? It looks like the one I saw listed with user-added Sinar label. As far as I know, Sinar never made an 8x10 reflex viewer.
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    Re: Looking for info 8x10 viewing hood

    There was a Sinar-compatible 8x10 binocular viewer made by Horseman that I've come across a few times over the years. It was pretty much an 8x10 version of the common Sinar 4x5 binocular viewing hood.
  28. Re: Ebony Camera Going Out of Business? - Confirmed

    To be fair, what cost $217.50 in 1976 would cost $914.88 in 2016 (Adjusted for inflation). But $914.88 is still a lot less than $2,000. Then again, a Nagaoka is not as pretty or refined as an Ebony.
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    Their prohibitive pricing had to limit their market. They could cut their prices in half and perhaps stay in business.
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    Re: Reeking film holders

    Could the smell be from some sort of chemical bath used to clean the plastic after it's assembled and finished?

    Or perhaps just an unfortunate plastic recipe from a new supplier?

    Could the...
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    Re: Moderators In Excess????

    Anyone who criticizes the king loses his head.
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    Re: Speedotron Model 102 Collar

    The later power supplies and 202 heads have black metal spring-loaded, locking quick release connectors and the cables are detachable from the 202 heads. The newer 102 heads also have the black...
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    Re: Majestic Heads - Parts or Service?

    B&H has the post adapters listed as special order items:

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/127529-REG/Majestic_80800_800_3_8_Screw_to.html
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  34. Re: Levy Process camera don't tell me to throw it out please

    It's a great looking camera. The sort of thing you should keep around so people will talk about it, even if you don't end up using it.

    By the way, when you acquired the camera, did you happen to...
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    Re: Deardorff Bellows Replacement

    The bellows from China aren't exactly inexpensive at $200 shipped. Although, $450 + shipping from Custom Bellows in the UK is considerably more expensive.
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    Re: Deardorff Bed Plate Repair

    I guess this was a plate that had already been tapped to 3/8-16. Weren't they all 1/4-20 to begin with? An admittedly undersized screw, but that's what they used in those days.

    Have you seen the...
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    Re: Has Satin Snow gone away?

    What happened to Frank Petronio? He was such an active member.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    My Harman 8x10 pinhole camera:


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  39. Re: Gandolfi: pilgrimmage to the sites of the Gandolfi workshops

    Why not?
  40. Re: Is the Kodak Ready-Load film pack holder useable today?

    They applied the design of the Polaroid 545 holder to traditional 4x5 film. It made sense, like the existence of Polaroid itself, until the market, post-digital, got too small. Fuji is still riding...
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