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  1. Re: how do I use the same lenses for different cameras?

    You can either switch the lens between lens boards (flanges work best for this), or use a lens board adapter that fits on the camera with the larger lens board.
    The lens board adapter would accept...
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    Re: Is There a Plan for Future

    I don't know if the Mods or Rockers drink Patrón or not...
    but John Lennon was "more of a Mocker, really..."
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    ^^^ Good on you, Norm.
    We need more people like you.
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    Re: Crown Graphic 4x5 Flash Question

    You will need a flash with a PC cord socket.
    Many modern low-end flashes have only a "hot shoe", where the sync connection is at the bottom of the mount that slides into a camera flash "shoe"
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    Re: Cibachrome printing

    That's some old-school creativity! :) Love it!
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    Re: Bellows for Phillips 8x10"

    I recommend Custom Bellows in the UK.
    You would need to send them your old bellows, complete with the frames.
    They may or may not have made the originals.
    They make excellent bellows, and have...
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    Re: Pinhole Photography in 8x10?

    That's wild, Jim!
    Interesting approach...Bill Brandt would approve. :)
  8. Re: How to make a sports viewfinder or wire viewfinder?

    You can have one made by cameradactyl...they offer a "Custom Butter Viewfinder" for about $20. It's 3D printed, and mounts into a cold shoe. You tell them the film format and focal length.
    I had...
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    Re: Hello from the Pacific NW

    I did cross paths with your father, he was an excellent source for hard-to-find Kodak supplies.
    I remember him being extremely knowledgeable and willing to give advice.
    Again, my condolences.
  10. Re: Modern tailboard camera with back for film holders?

    +1 on a B&J Rembrandt...especially the Model 2 that folds.
    I had an ugly, olive green 5x7 FS here, nobody wanted it, so I said "The heck with it" , and painted it Lake Placid Blue Metallic.
    Now I...
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    Re: Hello from the Pacific NW

    Lots of knowledgeable people here to help with identifying photo gear...
    My condolences on the loss of your father.
    Where on the Central Coast was he based, and what type(s) of photography did he...
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    Re: Hello from the Pacific NW

    Welcome!
    There are lots of knowledgeable people here with regards to equipment, techniques and photo history.
    We don't do equipment valuations here, but it is a good venue for buying & selling...
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    Re: B&H unable to ship PQ Universal (again)

    I'm OK with that. :)
    You might want to try Alesmith Speedway Stout.
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    Re: Which are the fancy lenses??

    But...but...but...isn't it really all about the bokey? :)
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    Re: Which are the fancy lenses??

    Don't forget those wonderous Oscillo-Raptars & Oscillo-Paragons!
    :cool:
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    Re: Brand 17 4x5 view camera

    It looked good to me in theory...quite heavy for hand-held...it's made of cast aluminum or "pot-metal". Don't let that handle seduce you. :)
    I got one to replace my Calumet CC-400. I ended up hating...
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    Re: Film Holder Labels/Stickers

    I have used white drafting tape.
    It is easy to write on, cheap, and replaceable.
  18. Re: Worth fixing a Schneider Kreuznach xenar 210mm in compound shutter

    www.flutotscamerarepair.com
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Eastman 33A, Wollensak 5x7 Extreme WA, f32. Velvia 100.210786210787
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    Re: The Setup and the Shot

    Hey, Kinografx
    Glad to see someone using a Brand 17...
    That's not a particularly easy camera to use.
    Nice image!
    Keep up the good work!
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    Re: New to the scene.

    Hi, we do not do valuations on this site, but that is a great setup. Use it in good health! Or...
    After you have been a member here for 30 days, you will have access to the For Sale subforum...you...
  22. Re: how to safely remove front lens cell from shutter body?

    Well....if your shutter has "B", you could use a locking cable release.
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    Re: What focal length, taking aperture used?

    I'll go with 120mm, f22.
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    Re: Remove lens from board

    If it were mine, I would remove the rear lens group, then score around the outside edge of the retaining ring with an x-acto knife, and try to loosen the retaining ring with a lens spanner...if still...
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    Re: How Much Have We Accomplished?

    I have spent most of my photography time since March acquiring gear, getting shutters CLA'd, and testing film and equipment...with a few photo-hikes along the way.
    I've processed a lot of film, but...
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    Re: Certificate Expired

    Thanks for fixing the issue!....I was going through withdrawals. :)
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    Re: Aerostigmat 10'' 250mm f/4.5

    There is a 9 1/2" f4.5 Raptar. It's non-tele.
    I have seen an Ebay ad for a 10", I believe it was for the military, with red & yellow filters.
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

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    Film test of outdated 5x7 Velvia 100.
    Hard to get a good cell phone shot from a light table, lots of weird color fringing...
    Color of trans is right on, in-person.
    Burke & James 5x7...
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    Re: Hip to be Square!

    Nice Huey Lewis reference. ��
    I like square format...I 'm intrigued.
  30. Re: Advice Needed - Should I ship my LF lenses to get them CLA'ed before selling them

    Many technicians that do CLA's on LF shutters provide a dated printout of resulting shutter speeds after a CLA.
    Most CLA warranties are for 30-90 days.
    Having dated printouts of shutter speeds MAY...
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    Re: Tiny Black Specs on Arista EDU Ultra 100

    FYI, Shanghai does a ULF program similar to Ilford, and 2x3 is one of the sizes available to order.
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    Re: Help with enlarger transportation

    That mounting press is great for flattening prints...you'll want some release paper, and a large flat weight, like a smooth board with books on top, also..
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    Re: Help with enlarger transportation

    I transported an Omega D5XL and a Leitz Focomat in a Jeep Cherokee without disassembly.
    Do you have a friend with an SUV ?
  34. Thread: 6x17 Images

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    Re: 6x17 Images

    Beautiful images, Tuco and gcap!
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    ^^^^Nice studio glamour shot!
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    Re: Are There New Shutters for Old Lenses

    Most shutters are not accurate at their highest speeds.
    I think your best option would be to have your lens cells adapted to an all-black Copal #1 shutter (most recent version)...and have the...
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    Re: Visualization, Pre and Post?

    Previsualization is what you hope to achieve...

    Postvisualization is the gyrations undertaken to make what you actually achieved look like what you originally hoped to achieve.
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    Re: Synchro-compur shutter in need of repair

    Contact Carol at Flutot's Camera Repair...check the website first.
  39. Thread: Avedon

    by Dugan
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    Re: Avedon

    Wow. An assistant couldn't figure out where flare was coming from?
    I would hope it was a very unusual, hard to trace source of flare, like the sun reflecting off of a car windshield two blocks...
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    Re: Beseler 45MCRX motor struggles when raising

    I'm with Steve K on this.
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