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    Re: Fujifilm QuickChange Film Holders

    Quote Originally Posted by Olli View Post
    I have several of them, originally bought a couple from Robert White and later some more second hand. Also Christoph Greiner sold them in Germany. I find the Quickchange holders quite reliable and useful, especially when traveling or backpacking and need to reduce weight save space.

    Back then (twenty years ago) I copied and saved instructions for Quickchange usage. It was on f32 web site which is now gone. I have it as a PDF-file.

    Good information. Would you mind uploading the PDF file? A PDF can probably be uploaded via "Insert Image", but if not Go Advanced > Manage Attachments includes PDFs in its list of permitted formats.

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    Re: Fujifilm QuickChange Film Holders

    Older photographer friend of mine in Japan used one of these. He let me try it once. Loved it!

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    Olli Jaakkola
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    Re: Fujifilm QuickChange Film Holders

    I don't think I could upload the file here without violating the copyright of other people. If I get your email address I could send it to you.

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    Re: Fujifilm QuickChange Film Holders

    Not cheap

    But my dealer has them

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    Re: Fujifilm QuickChange Film Holders

    Quote Originally Posted by Olli View Post
    I don't think I could upload the file here without violating the copyright of other people. If I get your email address I could send it to you.
    Thanks Olli. The eight pages of instructions that Olli sent me, which include 17 photos, were written by Pete Caluori in 2002. They were available on a defunct site called f32.net. The instructions specifically require permission for their re-publication.

    Mr. Caluori was active on this forum from 1999 through 2009. He wrote briefly about these Fuji holders in this thread: https://www.largeformatphotography.i...ot-Quick-Load) It appears that Mr. Caluori lives in Colorado, maybe in Castle Rock. Perhaps someone knows how to reach him.

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