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    Re: Linhof cameras before 1945

    well I had some of those cameras and I'm sure that the Perka, Silar, Schaja are made from identical parts, up to the screws, but branded and sold differently. Also Trio Präzisionskamerawerk München....
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    Re: Linhof cameras before 1945

    I dont think these cameras have a direct relation to Linhof, but the others above mentioned do have.

    if you look closely and know technical differences you will recognize that I think.
    It was a...
  3. Re: Linhof Technika III rangefinder focus binding with 90mm cam and bed dropped

    my Tech III also has a 90mm cam in it, it gives no probs dropping the bed into the first notch. You always have to push back the inner rail back towards the inner sitting rail in the case.
    on my...
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    little odd one, Technika III but with newer Graflok Linhof back, but flat front
    Serial 33414

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    Re: How the Linhof Technika became Super…

    The Calumet C1 8x10 looks Yummy..
    https://www.photrio.com/forum/threads/fs-calumet-c1-8x10-large-format-flat-bed-view-camera-lens-holder.163675/print
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    Re: How the Linhof Technika became Super…

    Not to forget the rarest 18x24 Technika from 1938/39, only a few manufactured. Huge compared to he standard Technika 9x12.
    weight is 10,1 kilograms without lens.
    Pics taken from my Linhof book.
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  7. Re: Found this gem,curious if anybody can brand it?

    it could also be an earlier version of an actual Tachihara Hope. Originally maybe it had an half plate back, whats the actual format size of yours?
    From The posted photos the hardware very much...
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    Re: Anybody recognize this camera?

    thats right, I also had a Ica Universal Palmos. This and the Juwel have this special back extension. And definitley not a Graflex.
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    Re: 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 cameras?

    I altered the back of a japanese 6,5 x 8,5 ( Tachihara?) to fit 5x7 film holders..
    I wish there was a smaller size close to 4x5..

    215106

    215107
  10. Re: Switching ground glass between Wista and Linhof

    I would not recommend this. Every single Technika or Master is fabricated and adjusted to the finest specific measurements..changing the groundglas could alter your focal plane.
    one or 0,5 mm...
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    my new toy, japanese whole plate camera ( looks like an old Tachihara Hope) made from nice cherry wood.
    back converted to fit 5x7 international double sheet holders.
    only about 2 kg

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  12. Re: Schiansky vs Linhof... Were they partners or just neighbors in Munich?

    I dont believe this Schiansky is a camera fabricated at the Kamerawerke München. Very different architecture. Copare that to the Perka, or Silar or Staeble cameras, all almost identical to the early...
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    very early 6x9 Linhof-Camera-Werk München, from the 20s(?) , Nr 4631.

    211139
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    Re: Linhof cameras before 1945

    these are nice infos on the Perka, great.
    I now have a nice little 6x9 prewar, pre-Technika Präzisionskamera on my workbench for restauration , it's brass label reads 'Linhof Linhof-Camera-Werk...
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    Re: Linhof cameras before 1945

    nice one, I had a Perka ' Präzisionskamera München ', the Perka and the Silar looked very much like the Linhofs, as they both were manufactured at the same factory then.
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