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    Re: goerz apochromat artar 19" f:11

    The Compur 3 Electronic shutter has a slightly smaller clear aperture of 40mm vs the 45mm of the Copal and Compur 3 mechanical shutters so it may still work but you will have to double check the...
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    Re: Anyone Recognize this camera?

    My Korona had a fairly fragile logo on the front standard that was almost gone when I got it, so it likely was rubbed off. Btw the bellows have a couple loops and a hook that's supposed to be on top...
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    Re: Anyone Recognize this camera?

    Looks very similar to the Korona I used to own.
  4. Re: Compur Electronic 3 shutter - what could go wrong?

    These are in my experience extremely reliable shutters that generally either work perfectly or not at all when something is wrong. They can run as per the manual on 2.5-6v power so battery...
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    Re: Mystery Wollensak Raptor...

    The 8 1/4" Raptar was first introduced in Febuary of 1947 as a Series II Raptar with some minor changes to the optical formula over the prior Velostigmat. Then another minor change was made to the...
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    Looking for a source of empty film boxes

    Hi, new here, I'm just getting started with large format and analog photography in general. I recently purchased a 4x5 camera and a variety of lenses and other large format stuff as well as a 100'...
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