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  1. Re: So stores/ebay sell 4x5 GG protectors but not 8x10?

    I used a scrap sheet of 1/8" Lexan, cut to twice the required length to cover the glass and frame.
    Took note of the center line and used a hair dryer to heat said center line and gently folded the...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Channeling the late Norm Macdonald, the culprit is either O J Simpson or Frank Stallone.
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    Re: Shipping heavy stuff

    I've heard good things about Fastenal. They'll ship from store to store anywhere in the country at a good rate.
    As with any shipper, make sure everything is well-packed and pray for a good result....
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    Re: Shipping 8x10 wooden camera safely

    I bought an 8X10 B&J Commercial model last year on ebay. The seller, who is not a camera guy did a remarkable job of protecting the camera by cutting a thick foam mattress topper to isolate the...
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    Re: Nagaoka camera?

    Whatever happened to the art of crafting these cameras out of old-growth natural cherry wood?
    These newer creations look like they were dipped in red dye #2.
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Make it more attractive?
    If not that, add a few holes and give it an ocarina function.
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    Re: Pet Pictures, Any Format.

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    "mia"
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    Re: Rail size for a CALUMET 4X5 CC401?

    The extra bellows length on a 2" shorter rail accounts for swings, tilts, etc.
    This has been my first useful contribution to this wonderful site.
  9. Re: Restoring a Kodak 2D, need some split rivets... Where?

    Gerstner & Sons sell split rivets as used on their wooden tool chests.
    Kinda expensive at five for $10-$12:
    https://gerstnerusa.com/replacement-hardware

    Mcmaster-Carr is the go-to supplier of...
  10. Re: Can anyone help identify this 5x7 Japanese camera?

    I was lucky to get three original plate holders with film sheaths with the camera.
    Indeed, they are wider than standard 5X7 holders.
    You could glue strips of wood on both sides for a tighter fit.
  11. Re: Can anyone help identify this 5x7 Japanese camera?

    I have a similar camera with the original legs.
    Are your lensboards secured by pushing up into the spring-loaded channel similar to a Graflex SLR?
    Closest I could find in searching was an MSK...
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    Re: Restoring my "new" Agfa Ansco 8x10.

    Any chance your racks are pinned on with small nails?
    You'll have to look closely.
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    Re: New light box from Home Depot

    From one of the comments at the HD site:

    "The problem is the light from the LED. The colors are wrong. It's not 3000K/4000K/5000K like they say. Not even close. It's more like a very, very yellow...
  14. Re: (Micro-Mark Mega Mini R8) Milling machine for fabricating parts... advice needed.

    Every hobbyist/craftsman should have a pallet jack.
  15. Re: Controversy over Mural Photo in North Dakota

    I say she's more worthy of an award than our recent Medal of Freedom winner.
  16. Re: (Micro-Mark Mega Mini R8) Milling machine for fabricating parts... advice needed.

    The guys at Practical Machinist can be more than a tad prickly.
    You'll find a friendlier lot at https://www.hobby-machinist.com/forums/
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    Re: Gears for DIY extension rail

    McMaster-Carr is another source: https://www.mcmaster.com/gear-racks
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    Re: LED Light Table?

    Artograph LX series have adjustable color temperature: https://www.artograph.com/light-boxes/
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    Re: UniColor Dingle Bell Tested

    I've been using one for a few years and love it.
    I found another one last week, new in box at a thrift store for $2.
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    Re: Keeping Time tray developing film

    Unicolor Jingle Bell is the one I use for all my film developing.
    No electricity required... Dead simple and paraphrasing the words of Monty Python, it's a machine that goes BING!
  21. Re: Fresnel screen focus distance is different from ground glass

    IIRC the later Speed Graphics had the grooved side of the fresnel facing the ground glass.
  22. Re: Mixing Chambers for Omega Super Chromega Dichroic D II

    You will need the 4X5 mixing chamber.
  23. Re: Setting up a darkroom inside a shipping container

    I have a 25' metal box truck container which I use as a workshop. It has a wooden floor which is incredibly solid with plywood interior walls but little insulation. To keep it a bit cooler in the...
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    Re: Gandolfi Film now available on DVD

    Things may get better in 2020. :)
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    >Isn't it great to have people offer help as Kenneth did after I looked at his YouTube video about a Robot Royal and responded in the comments section.<

    Lot of good videos there.
    Thanks for the...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    <I have found a video that shows how to get into the innards of a Robot Star 2 that is very similar, so I will give it a try when I have the time>

    Where did you find the video?
    Best wishes,
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    Re: Schnder 770XXL

    The 550:
    https://www.schneideroptics.com/ecommerce/CatalogSubCategoryDisplay.aspx?CID=166
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    Re: Mystery camera

    Similar to an ICA Palmos. Perhaps a newer tricked-out iteration by Zeiss-Ikon?
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    Re: Mystery camera

    The chromed trim and bellows reminds me of a Zeiss product.
    But the Ross lens says no way.
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    Re: DIY Polaroid back...well sort of.

    A movable adapter coupled to a mirrorless compact digital body would give you more bellows draw to play with.
  31. Re: Best process for drying negatives after development?

    I use one of those underwear hangers as well. Very compact and the plastic clips grip fine.
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    Re: Radar 12" F6.3?

    The OP's serial number is 209850.
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    Re: Radar 12" F6.3?

    Resurrecting an old thread I just bought an 8X10 6.3 Radar lens not received yet. Hopefully this isn't a re-sell by the OP but a second example of this obvious rarity. :)

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  34. Re: Least expensive accessory that made a difference

    That really is a great idea.
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    Re: 3d-printed lens plate: MPP Press

    I'm referring to the post-war Micro Press with the rangefinder on the top. It uses standard Pacemaker boards.
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    Re: 3d-printed lens plate: MPP Press

    My old MPP Micro Press uses Graflex Pacemaker boards.
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    Re: 20х24" enlarger

    I can't see them either.
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    Re: New 8x10 for under $500? Interest levels?

    Perhaps making new 8X10 film holders would be a more profitable endeavor? Nice ones are rare and quite expensive.
  39. Re: On camera flash suggestion for a 4x5 field camera

    Vivitar Thyristor 283 or 285 would work nicely and are easy to find. Later HV models will protect your shutter contacts.
  40. Re: Meandering discussion about the utility of aerial lenses

    Groovy Jaguar Mk VII...
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