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  1. 3 inch opening (5.75 square) Packard Shutter for 2D?

    Has anyone successfully used the 3-inch opening Packard shutter on the 6x6 2D lensboards? If so, can it be done without any modifications? I'm thinking no, since the 5.75 width is slightly wider...
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    Re: Cooke Portrait Lens Serial Numbers

    Karl just saw this thread and late to the party. I have Series VI 13"/f5.6, S/N 28447.
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    Re: Collodion - Wet Plate Images

    Wonderful contrast and composition. Impressively smooth coating.
  4. Thread: Ruins

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    Re: Ruins

    Yes Colin, down by the lighthouse - Battery Kinzie.
    http://www.fortwiki.com/Battery_Kinzie
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    Re: Ruins

    In keeping with Colin's recent Puget Sound "triangle of fire" defense theme, I thought I'd add this recent photo taken at Fort Worden, near Port Townsend, WA.
    Ektar 127mm, f16, 45 seconds. 320TXP...
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    Re: St Louis Hyatt Rapid Atelier f5 5x7 Lens

    Wow, that was fast. Thanks Louis. I suspected Wollensak as the open/close lever and studio shutter are configured as in the Vitax.
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    St Louis Hyatt Rapid Atelier f5 5x7 Lens

    Greetings. I can usually figure this kind of stuff out through an internet search, but I'm drawing a blank for this lens so I thought I'd seek help from the collective knowledge of the forum members....
  8. Re: 8x10 in Paris-Chamonix-Normandy-Dublin-Clonakilty

    Cameron - curious as to how your trip is unfolding (or unfolded), photographically and otherwise.
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    Re: Central Camera Chicago & Ilford NEWS

    Bought my first camera there over 30 yrs ago. I was recently wondering if they still existed. Great to hear they are still in business.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Well it sure worked out pretty well for those specific shots.
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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    These are wonderful. Would you mind sharing the length of the exposures?
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