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    Re: Schneider Symmar S 210 5.6 help

    That's piqued my curiosity. Who did it and why? As noted it looks like the rear cell doesn't properly seat so the spacing between the front and rear cells would be off. Then there would be the...
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    Re: Review of new Ansel Adams book!

    That was Dr. John Schaefer, right?

    David
  3. Thread: Avedon

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    Re: Avedon

    Thank you for this, I just read it this morning and as thinking I should add it to this thread.

    David
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    Re: Linhof on Youtube

    Thank you very much for making me aware of these videos.

    David
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    Re: Linhof Dekel Shutter History

    In his publication on Voigtländer large format lenses here: https://www.arnecroell.com/voigtlaender.pdf, Arne Cröll gives examples of the dial-set Compur being used for post-WW II lenses. He comments...
  6. Re: Help with finding a proper cable release

    I think you'll find the suggestion by ic-racer and Richard Wasserman to rotate the lens so that the the cable release socket is pointing more nearly upward is a good solution. A cable release that...
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    Re: Rail size for a CALUMET 4X5 CC401?

    RivetGun: This forum doesn't have a "Like" button, I "liked" your post #5.

    Dann Corbit: I think anyone who uses the word "whinging" is OK. Anyone who self-describes as being an occasional whinger,...
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    Re: Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 150mm f4.5

    Among Arne Cröll's excellent publications here: https://www.arnecroell.com/publications are two on the post-World War II Zeiss companies, the one in the original location in Jena and the other in...
  9. Re: Thread specification for Klimsch Apo-Ronar 1:9/600mm

    Compound and Compur shutter specifications including thread sizes are in the "Compur Shutter Repair Manual". Googling that turns up pdf versions of the 270 plus page opus. An easy to read online...
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    Re: strange Componon 240 lens

    Thank you Paul!

    David
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    Re: strange Componon 240 lens

    As interneg says, images on ebay listing show Schneider Kreuznach Componon 1:4.5/240 with a s/n 7107320 on the bezel. Looks to me like the front and back have glass.

    Maybe someone who has Harmut...
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    Re: strange Componon 240 lens

    Ah, interesting.

    Also I made a mis-statement as a result of looking at my piece of Comparon literature in haste. Comparons with a focal length of 135 mm or less had a maximum aperture of f/4.5,...
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    Re: strange Componon 240 lens

    I don't think that could be a Componon having a maximum aperture of f/4.5. The Comparon (Tessar formula) had a maximum aperture of f/4.5 but my one piece of old literature does not show it available...
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    Re: Smoke smoke everywhere

    I see evacuation orders for Fairfield CA have been listed; I'd been thinking of Bob Watkins and Precision Camera Works. Don't know his exact location in the Greater Fairfield Metropolitan Area (if...
  15. Re: Need help with lens board for Chamonix 45-n2

    Or about half that at today's exchange rate from Linhof & Studio: https://www.linhofstudio.com/products/Linhof-Lensboards/Linhof_Comfort_Recessed_Lensboard_with_QRS

    Plus they have it in stock....
  16. Re: mini ball head that allows the ball to be removed?

    Yes it is quite different. 1/4 inch pipe is 0.54 inches in diameter. So 1/4" male taper pipe thread would start with an O.D. a bit smaller than .54" tapering up to about .54 inches. The bore of 1/4...
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    Re: 1935 Linhof ,,NORMA'' ???

    I wonder if "Norma" as applied to a model of camera meant the same thing to Linhof as it later did to Sinar. Running "norma" through google translate was not helpful. First it auto-recognized it as...
  18. Re: 360mm f4.5 Schneider Xenar to Sinar board, part 1

    Very nice work Bernice!

    I've often thought a 4 jaw chuck with top jaws would be a useful thing to have. It would open up the possibility making custom top jaws for holding odd shaped work pieces....
  19. Re: Justify the acquiring of a new Linhof Technika?

    Looking at B&H today, their price for the Master Technika Classic is $12929 and the Master Technika 3000, $12416. These are also the list prices shown by Omega-Brandess.

    Linhof & Studio shows...
  20. Re: Justify the acquiring of a new Linhof Technika?

    And thank you for letting us know how this turned out.

    David
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    Re: Lens order on triple convertible

    My guess, let me emphasize guess, is that Rodenstock calculated this lens so that using the single cell in front of the diagram worked well, or at least well enough. This has the advantage of not...
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    Re: Lens order on triple convertible

    Yes, I too had a recollection of Ron Wisner contradicting usual practice with Protars. Tracked down my source, the March-April 1993 issue of View Camera and Wisner's article on the history of Zeiss...
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    Re: Lens order on triple convertible

    My circa 1930's Zeiss catalogue shows for the Protar the longer focal length cell goes in front and the shorter focal length cell goes in back. When a single cell is used it goes in the back. It...
  24. Re: 150mm Apo-Symmar F/5.6 MC or L? Linhof 'Select' or not?

    I wonder if Linhof has any analogue lenses left to sell as "Select". The current lens price list on their website is dated April 2019. It shows the 90 mm Super Angulon XL with a price of €2785 and...
  25. Re: Luland Produced Super Large Format Camera 3D panorama Tripod Head

    Which of course is why Otto prevailed in the marketplace and Ries fell by the wayside.

    Oh no, wait, never mind. :)

    David
  26. Re: Luland Produced Super Large Format Camera 3D panorama Tripod Head

    https://www.daimler.com/company/tradition/company-history/1885-1886.html

    Thus all other makes are copies;)

    Times like this I wish this forum had a like button.

    Consider your post liked...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    Very good! Glad to hear this!

    David
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    Re: Cable release thread

    More on the endlessly fascinating subject of standards organizations. Turns out neither the ANSI nor ISO are government bodies. ANSI describes itself as "private not-for-profit". Not a lot of detail...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    Yes I went looking for versions of "ANSI PH3.107" too. At some point it was re-named IT3.107 and was described as "Reaffirmed 1995" and "Not Active". Guessing this is the last iteration of the U.S....
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    Re: Cable release thread

    You are very welcome. I came across a related document dated 1985 "FED-STD-H28_18A" dealing only with photographic equipment related screw threads and not so detailed as this older version. It did...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    And furthermore as a practical matter I have a cable release that I think is of the "American" pattern. It looks like a straight thread; length of thread is about as shown above. Using a leaf type...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    Similar dimensioned drawings can be found in "Screw-Thread Standards for Federal Services 1957 Part III" available here: https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/Legacy/hb/nbshandbook28supp1957pt3.pdf
    See...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    Neither one is "correct " for the Copal shutter's cable release socket but the 5-48 will be closer.

    Looking further in to this via google I found the assertion more than once that the Copal...
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    Re: Cable release thread

    Thinking about it these taps must exist somewhere. After all shutter release buttons on digital and film cameras still have to be tapped for cable releases. And there is the Linhof nipple, 041066,...
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    Re: Bleitz Camera Co

    If you go here, the parent website for Ries Tripods: http://www.riesproductions.com and scroll down you'll see a list titled "Our Products". In addition to Ries and some none photographic lines, they...
  36. Re: Schneider-Krueznach Serial No. Check

    Yes, I remember, you are fortunate to have Hartmut Thiele's work on Schneider Kreuznach. I have his two volumes of Carl Zeiss Jena and within the last year snagged his volume on Zeiss Oberkochen....
  37. Re: Schneider-Krueznach Serial No. Check

    Spacing of digits sounds odd, a picture would be nice. In any case s/n 10737393 was made between Jan 1967 and Nov 1968, see...
  38. Re: Trying to Source Gear Rack for 8x10 Kodak 2D

    Thank you. Now I'm even more impressed.

    David
  39. Re: Trying to Source Gear Rack for 8x10 Kodak 2D

    Very nice looking work. So how did you space and cut the teeth?

    David
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    Re: Linhof Technika 4x5 Timeline...

    Now I really want to know the story behind this.

    David
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