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    Re: A Peak Inside Intrepid's Large Format Camera Factory

    I wood not want veneer on the plywood edge

    fake

    Intrepid does coat their plywood

    Wax on
    sin eater

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    Re: A Peak Inside Intrepid's Large Format Camera Factory

    Congratulations I am interested is it going to have a 4x5 reducing back available ,if so my 4x5 will be up for sale .
    Michael

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    Re: A Peak Inside Intrepid's Large Format Camera Factory

    I really enjoyed the video. Thanks for posting!
    May tomorrow be a better day.

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    Re: A Peak Inside Intrepid's Large Format Camera Factory

    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelGJ47 View Post
    Congratulations I am interested is it going to have a 4x5 reducing back available ,if so my 4x5 will be up for sale .
    Michael
    Hello Michael, it does https://intrepidcamera.co.uk/t/product-categories/5x7 let me know if you have any questions

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    Re: A Peak Inside Intrepid's Large Format Camera Factory

    Will the back on this camera except a 6x17 roll film holder like the Canham or one of the Chinese ones (DaYi, Shen Hao) that are made for 5x7 backs? I'm thinking a light weight 5x7 with a 6x17 roll film holder and a 4x5 reducing back would be a good alternative to what I'm currently doing (carrying two cameras) and it'll have the added bonus of giving me full movements and wider lens selection when compared to my current 6x17.

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