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Thread: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

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    Re: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

    Toyo 110mm field boards are not the same as Technika boards.
    May tomorrow be a better day.

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    Re: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

    Thanks Peter.

    Where can I find a table or other info that shows compatibilities of boards across 4x5 camera manufacturers?

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    Re: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

    The 45AII was also made in a version that accepted Linhof Technika style boards, and was named the 45AIIL. The 45CF, in common with the other Toyo field cameras accepts 110mm square boards, and Technika boards via an adapter.

    Kumar

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    Re: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

    My 90mm Grandagon f/6.8 works fine on a flat board with my AX. All movements are fully usable. I tried in Ilex 65mm SW on a shallow recessed board. It focuses on infinity fine without the bed intruding, but just barely. There was about 1 cm of rise available with the bellows, but certainly not available with the lens. Getting to the settings wasn't bad.
    May tomorrow be a better day.

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    Re: Toyo 45A 45AII 45AX and 45CF Resource/Fan Page

    I am not sure how this happened, but the long rails in my Toyo 45CF will not back up all the way to meet the tiny rail that the lens board resides on. I thought I could open the camera, back up the long rails to meet the tiny rail (over the hinge line) to allow for easy slide out of the lens board. But instead there is a big gap and I have to wiggle the lens board out to jump the gap before it can run on the long rail.
    Any help or suggestion to identify the problem would be greatly appreciated.

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