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    New Wooden Filmholder

    Hey guys, this is my new wooden filmholder, made by my friend. He is very familiar with woodwork. He has been shooting films for many years. This is his trial product I got. It feels very good. What do you think?

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    Huub
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Looks very pretty and the would fit very well with my wooden camera. Will they be available in other sizes too?

    Did you shoot film with it already? And how do they feel when handling them when actual shooting? And how are the results?

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    They are pretty. As Huub said, we would know more. Chamonix View Camera makes Wood film holders, so it's not only for wooden cameras.


    The idea is fine for bigger formats where the competition it's scarce. They are new, without the light leaks developed over time on old filmholders, and can be made to last. So I think your friend work has a lot of potential.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Very nice workmanship, I love them.
    Expert in non-working solutions.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    They look beautiful!
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    Any idea of pricing. They do look nice and light.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Huub View Post
    Looks very pretty and the would fit very well with my wooden camera. Will they be available in other sizes too?

    Did you shoot film with it already? And how do they feel when handling them when actual shooting? And how are the results?
    Because of the outbreak, I haven't had a chance to go out and shoot. Sorry. But my friend did a lot.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Delfi_r View Post
    They are pretty. As Huub said, we would know more. Chamonix View Camera makes Wood film holders, so it's not only for wooden cameras.


    The idea is fine for bigger formats where the competition it's scarce. They are new, without the light leaks developed over time on old filmholders, and can be made to last. So I think your friend work has a lot of potential.
    My friend and his team have done countless tests to ensure the quality of the product.

    thank

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    3S-KR: Please tell us who your friend is.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Oren Grad View Post
    3S-KR: Please tell us who your friend is.
    My friend is an engineer in the carpentry industry and a large format photographer. His photos were well taken, but they hung in his office and were not made public.

    Since my friend did not register here, I was entrusted to help release The product information of The 9th. Studio.

    welcome to China, I'd be happy to introduce him to you.

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