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    Re: 45mxt and contrast filters

    The MCRX had the variable resistor control on the crossbar.
  2. Re: Software rather than center filter for correcting illumination falloff?

    No, Nikon never sold center filters for their lenses. Probably because their filter supplier didn’t make them ever.
  3. Re: Software rather than center filter for correcting illumination falloff?

    The Apo Grandagons require a different density center filter then your other lenses or other Grandagon lenses.
  4. Re: Software rather than center filter for correcting illumination falloff?

    Super Angulons, Grandagon, WA Nikkor, WAFujinons and Symmar XL as well as all other wide angle designs that look like these lenses.
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    Re: Close up lens, how do they work?

    When you focus closer then infinity then the subject can be a little closer to your camera with a CU lens. It will not let you general scenic photography. That would require a different focal length...
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    Re: source of new shutters

    Electronic ones like the Rodenstock eShutter but mechanical ones like Copal are all out of production.
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    Re: Lensboard for Linhof Color

    45 Technika boards, they are available flat new with pilot hole, 0 hole 1 hole or 3 hole and in several reseed depths with 0 hole.
    0 and 1 hole boards are available with or without a cable release...
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    Re: Close up lens, how do they work?

    Not all are single element, Minolta and Heliopan, among others, made achromat close up lenses.
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    End of 76. No idea about the letter, unless your camera is one of the black ones with the external normally chrome finish is painted black.
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    Re: Lens for color

    But it could make him softer!
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    Re: Lens for color

    Panty hose, black.
  12. Re: Suggestions for a low cost incident light meter

    199844
    Thought I would show you mine. It is an incident meter, a reflected light meter, a flash meter for incident or reflected light and a shutter speed checker. The strange, plug in box on the...
  13. Re: Justify the acquiring of a new Linhof Technika?

    Greg, the Master Technika, Master Technika Classic, Master Technika 2000 and the Master Technika 3000 are identical in bellows draw, operating controls, body construction, bellows material except for...
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    Re: Sinar Binocular Magnifier

    Reflex viewers should always be used with a fresnel so you can see the corners and edges.
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    Re: Tilt/shift etc when doing wet plates

    Tilts donít change depth of field. Only the lens aperture changes the depth of field.

    Tilts change the plane of sharp focus. The two work together.
  16. Re: LF Lab Processing in Houston? In Texas?

    Too bad Gittingís isnít around anymore
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    Re: Sinar Binocular Magnifier

    Straight up will be your position. But you would be looking into a front surface mirror so the subject is reversed with the viewer.
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    Re: What does "formal" mean to you?

    White gloves, tails, braces, ascot, top hat, patent leather shoes, studs, pleated shirt, cashmere overcoat. Sort of like a Fred Astaire.
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    Re: Viewing Lights in the Darkroom?

    You want a used Thomas or a Kaiser/Osram. But new tubes are difficult, if not impossible to find with the second as Osram discontinued them many years ago.
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    Re: Viewing Lights in the Darkroom?

    It is variable in output and, if you wanted to, you can read all labels or a newspaper without fogging.
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    Re: Viewing Lights in the Darkroom?

    While you are printing them or to examine after they are still wet?

    While printing a sodium vapor, afterwards a light that approximates the lighting they will be viewed at. But remember they will...
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    Re: Linhof Serial Numbers

    Super Technika IV, about Ď61.
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    Re: Post your signs

    199804
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    Re: Post your signs

    Popcorn Sutton died recently, quite a character-and moonshiner.
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    Re: Oriental paper scarcity

    Do they know what you do?
  26. Re: Archival Rating of The New Gen 5 Ilford RC Multigrade Deluxe Papers?

    Canít say for other papers but I have 30x40 color prints mounted on canvas and laminated with Ademco that go back to the early 70s that have been hung where the sun shines and are yet to fade. They...
  27. Re: Archival Rating of The New Gen 5 Ilford RC Multigrade Deluxe Papers?

    [QUOTE=LFLarry;1533682]Based on the responses and my own research, it appears that is no current and third-party research regarding permanence of RC papers.

    In a digital world, I am not...
  28. Re: Archival Rating of The New Gen 5 Ilford RC Multigrade Deluxe Papers?

    RC base paper goes back much further then the 70s. We used it in the AF in the early 60s! And then there was also stabilization papers and processing in the later 60ís but that stuff was far from...
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    Re: Lens help needed (8x10 wet plate)

    Iím watching the impeachment coverage on MSNBC. They have a panel discussion with 5 people sitting at a curved table. Michael Steel is on the end, closest to the camera on the left end of the table...
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    Re: Graflex Pacemaker Speed Flash Sync

    You can see for yourself.

    Point the camera and flash at a wall. Fire the cameraís shutter at different speeds with the lens wide open. Look at the gg as you fire it. If you see the entire gg area...
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    Re: Graflex Pacemaker Speed Flash Sync

    If your flash accepts a household plug then an electrical cheater cord or shaver cord fits the biopost connector.
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    Re: Graflex CLA recommendations

    Ask Nippon in NYC if they do.
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    Re: Lens help needed (8x10 wet plate)

    Probably not as much as TV has.
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    Re: 300mm lens on Linhof Master Technika

    If the shop was willing to they should be able to use a 360 cam to cam your lens.
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    Re: Lens help needed (8x10 wet plate)

    Since he didnít specify what type of portraits he wants to do I did. I stated too short for head and shoulders. Also, itís a bit short for ĺ length as well.

    Why let him discover, after buying the...
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    Re: Lens help needed (8x10 wet plate)

    300mm is too short for flattering head and shoulder portraits on 810 because of foreshortening. You need something longer then a normal lens.
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    Re: How these sliding fixers are called?

    Slide lock
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    Re: 300mm lens on Linhof Master Technika

    Lenses as long as 360mm can becam coupled to 45 Technikas so 300mm is easily useable over a normal range of distances.
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    Re: Intellifaucet D250 - sticking valves

    Is Home Depot in the UK?
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    Re: 300mm lens on Linhof Master Technika

    If you use a modern 300 with a large diameter rear group you will probably need a special order Linhof 3 board with a z after the catalog number. When using some of the 240mm and longer lenses the...
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