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    Re: Can anyone ID this camera?

    We have a winner!
    Well done, Rick L!
    I was getting my info third-hand, and have since communicated with the owner.
    It is indeed a 9A.
    The owner has two of them, neither is quite complete.
    I have...
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    Can anyone ID this camera?

    Hi,
    A friend of a friend is selling this camera, but this is the only photo currently available....more to follow.215612
    Can anybody identify it from the hardware?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I second the extra hose clamps comment.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    I love this! Well done!
  5. Re: What is the Most Difficult Large Format Photography

    8x10" stereo dry-plate tri-color action photography, using flash powder, underwater.
    :p
  6. Thread: Light leak

    by Dugan
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    Re: Light leak

    Is there something reflective inside your bellows?
    Have you checked the seams where the bellows meets the camera body?
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    Re: Musical Instruments

    Merg,
    That is a gorgeous image...
    I am drawn to the top of the image, where there is a strong resemblance to an eagle's head.
    Great tonal scale.
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    Re: Is this uneven development?

    I propose that the bottom of the figurines being cut off is due to bellows sag/front rise.
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    Re: Trying to nail down exact camera I have.

    That's a Grover.
    Commercial View was a wooden tailboard camera.
    The backs interchange between the two, as do knobs and a few other parts.
    The Orbit was a rebadged Calumet CC-400/Kodak.
  10. Thread: Eidoscope

    by Dugan
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    Re: Eidoscope

    I really like the 8x10 image.
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    Re: Portraits from 2021

    BetXen,
    It looks like you have technique down, very nice tonal scale.
    The girl's pose expresses more of her personality, while the other photo is more static and formal.
    Keep up the good work!
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    Re: 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 cameras?

    I'm pretty sure you can order WP film from Ilford and Shanghai during their ULF yearly program.
    I have a Seneca WP camera, and Richard Ritter made a 5x7 back for it for me.
    5x7 is a far more...
  13. Re: How does one dismantle and put together a really large and heavy Saltzman enlarg

    Try looking up "drayage" in the yellow pages near you.
  14. Re: New color sheet film processing service - Northern CA

    This is good news, thanks for letting us know.
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    Re: Problem with New Fujinon W 135mm f5.6

    It sounds like a CLA should take care of the problem.
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    Re: Ilford HP5 PLUS processing

    If you have a distillation setup, that'd be the way to go for mixing your chems.
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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    It would have to be American.
    If it were Japanese, it'd be Gojira.
  18. Re: AGFA Chronex medical film: What should I rate this?

    It looks like it's up to you, Drew!
    ;)
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    Re: Burke and James 4x5 questions

    I've had a couple B&J Press cameras.
    Front tilt, sturdy, self-casing with the right lenses,
    revolving back, commonly-available lens boards,
    What's not to like?
    If they had a focal plane shutter,...
  20. Re: Rochester Optical Co. Premier Repair & Resources

    Wow, that's quite a project!
    If it were mine, that old leather would be gone in a heartbeat, after using it to make a pattern from.
    There might be nice mahogany wood underneath...maybe. If so,...
  21. Re: Rochester Optical Co. Premier Repair & Resources

    If you go to the Lenses and Accessories subforum, one of the first entries is a wealth of information about cameras, lenses and accessories...the cameraeccentric listings are excellent.
    Highly...
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    Re: Finding #3 shutter for G-Claron 355mm f/9

    Post a WTB ad in the WTB subforum.
  23. Re: Popular Photogenic Sites/Locations in Yosemite NP

    I went to Yosemite once, in 1990.
    I took a lot of photos, medium format and 35mm.
    Most were interesting ideas at the time, due to...being in Yosemite.
    After processing the film, most of my images...
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    Re: linhof tecknica 4x5 serial number 6455236

    custombellows.co.uk
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    Re: a fake Topcor 90mm f5.6 (Horseman)?

    Make it your "signature" lens!
    It can be your schtick!
    :)
  26. Re: Any Suggestions/Recommendations For A Lighter Field 4X5 Camera?

    If you find yourself not going out to take photos because of the "hassle factor" of the Linhof, then by all means you should find a camera that will be more user-friendly in the field.
    I have no...
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    Re: lack 4 corner

    The ground glass lacks four corners for two reasons:
    One is to prevent the bellows from expanding or collapsing when focusing. Some cameras have tight tolerances, almost air-tight.
    The other reason...
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    Re: Fujinon-W flash problem (M/X)

    Is the shutter a Copal #1?
    Some Copal #1's used by Fuji had an M-X switch.
    It doesn't sound like a flash sync-specific problem, it sounds like the shutter could use a CLA.
    It is recommended to...
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    I really like this!
  30. Re: Newbie Question - Should I develop film myself or send it to a lab?

    I recommend DIY film processing, but you might consider shooting an extra sheet of film of each scene, and having it processed by a lab...that way you have a backup, and/or a reference neg to help...
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    Re: Down the rabbit hole

    Welcome!
    Fellow Graphic user here...
    Lots of good info and knowledgeable people here.
    Enjoy!
  32. Re: Roll film and Digital fixed lens camera habits-expectations imported into view ca

    I'm new to LF photography.
    I just bought a carbon fiber 8x10 camera, and an APO 58mm f1.2 lens, because the internet said it was the bestest.
    I am having trouble focusing it, because the image is...
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    Re: Developing Tri X 320 (4x5) in D76 1:1

    There's a massive film development resource chart at
    digitaltruth.com
  34. Re: Speed graphic pacemaker release plate screws

    You can post a WTB ad here, another option is to buy a junker parts camera, take what you need & re-sell the rest.
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

    " I said, Good Day to you, Sir!"213718
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    Re: New to this and saw this in my first lens?

    I bought a "plain" 150mm (?) Sironar in a partially-working shutter at a camera swap meet for $20. The seller was upfront about it, said it was junk. I bought it for the shutter, and threw the...
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    Re: New to this and saw this in my first lens?

    Is that Rodenstock Sironar, (plain , not -N)?
    I had the same issue, and it is de-cementing.
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    Re: New to this and saw this in my first lens?

    Are you referring to the white specks, or the rainbow?
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

    Screen door filter213631
  40. Thread: Abstracts

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    Re: Abstracts

    Beautiful, Merg!
    When was that photo made?
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