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    Toyo 45AII closed with lens attached?

    Just wondering if anyone has ever successfully tried closing a Toyo 45AII with either a Nikkor-W 135mm f/5.6 or 150mm f/5,6 lens in a Copal #0 shutter attached?

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    Toyo 45AII closed with lens attached?

    John
    I have used a Toyo 45 AII for 5 years and I don't think you could leave any lens on it and close it up. There is just not enough room.

    Scott Squires
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    Olli Jaakkola
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    Toyo 45AII closed with lens attached?

    I can close my Toyo 45A with Congo 6,3/90mm, Yamasaki 4,5/135mm (in Seiko shutter) and Fujinon W 6,3/150mm in recessed lens boards but not with Nikkor W 135mm.

    regards

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    Toyo 45AII closed with lens attached?

    Thank you, gentlemen.

    This is one of those small questions, obtaining the answer to which is impossible with the demise of all the local camera stores.

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