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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    So it appears there is no "New Product" since there is no purchase information. This post should be titled "Seeking Investors".

    Maybe should be moved to DIY section.
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostcount View Post
    So it appears there is no "New Product" since there is no purchase information. This post should be titled "Seeking Investors".

    Maybe should be moved to DIY section.
    To make these wooden film holders, you still need to find investors? The 9th. Studio has made a large number of film holders, and there are many specifications.

    I deliberately do not discuss purchase information here. If you are interested, you can E-mail me.

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by 3S-KR View Post
    I deliberately do not discuss purchase information here. If you are interested, you can E-mail me.
    If you notice the moderators moved your thread to the new products section. You should be fine posting sales information here.

    Roger

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    ^+1^

    What is 9th Studio? Did the other 8 failed?

    Lots of 9th studio with Google and my google-fu couldn't find "9th studio" + "film Holders" + "f64)" + ….
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostcount View Post
    ^+1^

    What is 9th Studio? Did the other 8 failed?

    Lots of 9th studio with Google and my google-fu couldn't find "9th studio" + "film Holders" + "f64)" + ….
    My registered name is pierre506 because pierre was occupied when regstering. So I added my house address number 506. It's more easy to remember and type for myself.
    It doesn't mean pierre001 -505 are fake or failed. I will still be there if someone else registers pierre507 to ∞.

    Let's back to the topic.
    I just asked the manufacturer.
    About "9th Studio", he thought he couldn't be the 1 or top, and won't use 8( 8 in Chinese means fortune and money). He hates such feeling.
    9 in Chines means longer, larger, permanent,infinite, etc.
    That's why he named his workshop. however, I told him there're too many 9th studio all of the world. He may give the English name up, 9th Studio, but keeps 九工场 as its Chinese name.
    About "F64”,
    1. His products postions on LF cameras and gears. It must have all kinds of relationships with F64.
    2. He thought he wanted to register it as a brand more easily.
    He won't make any offense.
    Sometimes love just ain't enough.
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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    hmmm, new 5x7 or 7x17 holders might interest me, depending on price.
    notch codes ? I only use one film...

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Those look very well done and there is no doubt that producing all those small, exacting parts in wood is no small feat. The 9th Studio name is nice considering the symbolism, but the f64 naming/branding is a probably not the best choice considering its association with famous group and the, already existing, photo gear brand. Again, very nice film holders!

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred L View Post
    hmmm, new 5x7 or 7x17 holders might interest me, depending on price.
    I met the manufacturer yesterday.
    He wants to make all sizes of film holders.
    Sometimes love just ain't enough.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pierre506/sets/

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    Re: New Wooden Filmholder

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred L View Post
    hmmm, new 5x7 or 7x17 holders might interest me, depending on price.
    I met the manufacturer yesterday.
    He wants to make all sizes of film holders.
    Sometimes love just ain't enough.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pierre506/sets/

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