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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    It looks like they are selling Chamonix style holders at a lower price, even the 5x8 size which I am interested in. The Chamonix is 200 shipped, the F64 is 170.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Can these be ordered?
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    Can these be ordered?
    Chamonix

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chamonix-fi...8AAOSwi09gCPvn

    F64

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/F64-The-9th...AAAOSwNsder9Hw

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Thanks, Roger. Ouch. That's pricey!
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    I wish your friend the best! Good fimholders are one of the weak points of LF photography.
    Now, how about some 12x20?

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