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    Re: Rangefinder Cameras

    I shot a 3x4 for awhile as well as a 2-1/4 x 3-1/4. I actually still have film holders for both. I also shot a RB IN 3X4 which was a nice camera but the low angle was not my style. I was lucky to get...
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    Re: Rangefinder Cameras

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    Beautiful! I roamed all over AZ with my Super G and am going to look into these conversions.
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    Re: Rangefinder Cameras

    Yeah I remember that now.. Another to look into. Thanks
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    Re: Rangefinder Cameras

    Beautiful! I've got to look into this idea some more.
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    Rangefinder Cameras

    What seems like a long time ago I use to shoot a Super Graphic with a 135mm Optar. I actually became pretty efficient at handheld with it and could rattle shots off pretty quick if necessay, not they...
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    Re: Looking for locations in middle Florida.

    There are alot of parks and natural springs just north and west of Orlando. Check out http://www.floridastateparks.org/
    The popular springs will probably be deserted of swimmers this time of year so...
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    Re: Constantly having to Log In.

    Go to Tools >Options >Privacy in the menu bar.
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    Re: Constantly having to Log In.

    I had just instituted private browsing mode. Must be it.
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    Re: Constantly having to Log In.

    I've ticked the box and made sure all cookies were allowed from the site. I never really log out so that when I click the link there is no log in. Now I have to log in all the time. I'll try removing...
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    Constantly having to Log In.

    Up until recently, like last week, I never had to log in. Now I have to every time. What's up with that?
  11. Re: UK.Gov passes Instagram Act: All your pics belong to everyone now

    I guess you can watermark everything and/or make sure file sizes are so small they won't print beyond a couple of inches.
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    Re: Need repairs on Canon FTb meter

    I had mine serviced by Garry. Nice work good prices. http://www.garryscamera.com/
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    Re: What to do with a 75mm Tominon.

    I measured the throat of the aperture and it's 13.86mm. Barrel length is 20.37mm.

    I could probably mount a pinhole in it. At least I have a board for it.

    Btw, F4.5-45.
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    What to do with a 75mm Tominon.

    While I know that the lens won't cover 4x5 at infinity, can anyone tell me what the lens will cover. 6x9, 2x3, 3x4? And at what magnification will it cover 4x5. I've got one in a Copal shutter and...
  15. Re: Diafine: Help please for uneven development

    I've had Diafine give me uneven development but far worse then yours. It was almost like the emulsion didn't soak the A solution up very much in some areas. First I question your continuous agitation...
  16. Re: Does anyone here have experience shipping large, unmounted prints to China?

    I'd contact the collector and express your concerns. As a collector they should have some idea as to problems that could arise. Ask if they have had problems in the past. Of course it goes without...
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    Re: August 2012 Portraits

    Possibly a new portrait type of thread: Stick Figures.
  18. Re: Gitzo Big Foot Tripod Shoes for use on Sand

    I've always found wind to be the problem at the shore in Florida. Spray/ mist is always a thing. Wind on a bellows will move a camera as some have found to their chagrin. Perhaps a windy beach would...
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    Re: June 2012 Portraits

    Beautiful Pat. Like living history.
  20. Re: Alt Process Chemicals; How long can they last?

    Yeah that looks bad. Kind of cloudy.
  21. Re: Alt Process Chemicals; How long can they last?

    In remembering now, I believe it was the Ferric Oxalate that I had to replace at one time. I'll just trash it.
  22. Alt Process Chemicals; How long can they last?

    I wondering if anyone can help me with a determination as to how long the following list of chemical items "might" last. This is left overs from a Ziatype kit of which I believe some might be used in...
  23. Re: Was there a sign for you that you weren't (or were) a LF photographer?

    "Was there a sign for you that you weren't (or were) a LF photographer?"

    If you don't want to pick up the camera and use it, that's the sign. As far as being a "photographer", that's questionable....
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    Re: Cable release adapter madness

    I posted an ad for a Gepe release FS in the classifieds.
  25. Re: sending out 4x5 sheet for development, is there a minimum qty.?

    What's going to get you is shipping charges both ways. You can probably send in pretty cheap but there's usually always a minimum charge back to you. Best to get your money's worth sending more...
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    Re: Heavy Snow at Grand Canyon

    All you'll need is snow tires.
    I rented a car once and my brother and I went up during a snow fall. Boy that was fun driving for someone from S. Florida. I think I never got over 20mph because of...
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    Re: Fitting a 4x5 camera to a telescope.

    I wonder how that new pinhole camera from Ilford would work sans pinhole. Probably be light enough.
  28. Re: Kodak Film Division still Profitable - BJP Article

    I wonder if Ilford will start thinking about producing Delta in sheet again.
  29. Re: Kodak now has two business lines - which one is LF in?

    I wonder if they're setting themselves up to sell one division.
  30. Re: 6x9 cm LF camera worth getting for following reasons?

    There's a difference in shooting a roll film 6x9 camera and using a roll film back on a large format camera. The large format camera will have much more capability, especially in macro shots and...
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    Re: People getting paid to post disinformation

    I worked for a time doing television commercials and my saying was that there was more honesty in the plumbing industry in New Jersey.
  32. Re: any one know a good free image re-sizer for mac?

    I always used iphoto and it did a great job.
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    Re: October 2011 portraits

    Shots like these make me wonder about the persons life. Great face, nice softness.
  34. Re: just left a and i in hollywood and they will stop e6 processing soon

    On the other end of the spectrum, I sent a roll of 35mm into Dale Labs in Hollywood Fl and when I asked about turn around they told be they run E6 every day.
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    Re: Need it. Want it. Gotta have it.

    "How do you decide what to keep and what to sell?"

    I look at my bills.
  36. Re: Cleaning dust from between lens elements: DIY or send to a service?

    DIY cleaning of dust, (outside of simple unscrewing of front or back groups from the shutter and cleaning, blowing or brushing dust off), is considered a job for a service according to what I have...
  37. Re: Scanning a transparency using EpsomScan: the input/output selection?

    Any thing like a HDR scan possibility?
  38. Re: Cutting a 4x5 film holder slide cover for two panoramic images on one sheet of fi

    I cut mine with the tang at 56mm. The total width of my slide is 106mm. That leaves an approximate image width of 50mm and a border of 6mm which works fine. If you want you can cut a 1 or two mm...
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    Re: One of my photos was appropriated (maybe)

    Why not send him a letter and tell him that you appreciate the fact that he considered your photography so good that he painted the scene, and that you have more great images available for X amount...
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    Re: Viewfinder for large format?

    If your shooting a Graphic you can always use the speed finder, or, make a 4x5 cut out in some cardboard or mat board and attach a string to it. Mark the string with you focal length choices and hold...
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