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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Nice, I’m curious

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Whole Plate kit, everything except the lens

    ANBA IKEDA which I think is a KODAK copy

    6 very usable Book Style holders for plate with film sheaths

    I holder will become wet plate after some Poly

    Included sealed box J Lane whole plate NOS in date
    20 blacked aluminum plates

    I just ordered Delta 100 Whole plate at discount from B&H

    Was missing one 2.5mm metric screw, I found 4

    Very lightweight!

    https://www.largeformatphotography.i...ba-Ikeda-value



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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    [QUOTE=Tin Can;1602993]Whole Plate kit, everything except the lens

    ANBA IKEDA which I think is a KODAK copy

    6 very usable Book Style holders for plate with film sheaths

    I holder will become wet plate after some Poly

    Included sealed box J Lane whole plate NOS in date
    20 blacked aluminum plates

    I just ordered Delta 100 Whole plate at discount from B&H

    Was missing one 2.5mm metric screw, I found 4

    Very lightweight!

    +++++++++
    That looks like a great bunch of gear. I think if I could only have one camera I might want it to be whole plate, assuming I was making my own films, which I want to do.
    An inexpensive lens might be a 4 diopter or a 1 + 2 diopter meniscus lenses (close up filters). glue them to a board with a hole, make Waterhouse stops out of something and maybe magnet them onto the inside of the lens board or use gaff tape, make a simple lens cap or use a hat or a metal jar lid and a magnet or two. Those close up "filters" should cover way more than whole plate. But now that I typed that it looks like you have a lens. I'm sure you'll have fun.

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by MauroScacco View Post
    Contessa Nettel Deckrullo 10x15 c.1920
    lens Nettel Anastigmat 165mm f6,8
    deckrullo by Mauro Scacco, su Flickr

    deckrullo2 by Mauro Scacco, su Flickr
    They are very nice in handling especially the 10x15, once you get the shutter restored. Most of them have broken shutter cloth or it will break soon if you try the shutter at the highest speeds....Hope you got one with the matching plateholders, since they are very hard to find.
    I've restored 3 now with new shutter cloth; And I could once buy a complete kit with single and double plateholders (Tessar f4,5 180mm):


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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron (Netherlands) View Post
    They are very nice in handling especially the 10x15, once you get the shutter restored. Most of them have broken shutter cloth or it will break soon if you try the shutter at the highest speeds....Hope you got one with the matching plateholders, since they are very hard to find.
    I've restored 3 now with new shutter cloth; And I could once buy a complete kit with single and double plateholders (Tessar f4,5 180mm):


    Contessa-Nettel Deck-Rullo 10x15 by Ron (Netherlands), on Flickr
    Very fine set :-)
    I have found in Italy this material, with 6 film holder, hoping the size be the right one ( the seller knew nothing about :-)

    contessa deck by Mauro Scacco, su Flickr

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    A few weeks ago:
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    DSC02269 by Mauro Scacco, su Flickr
    Luckily, they are 10x15 but in any case 10x12.7 sheets must be used so that there is a lot of empty space in the film holder...

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Calumet Wood-Field 4x5, most likely a rebadged Nagaoka Seisakusho, probably in Mahogany. Same design seen in a 1984 Calumet catalog, though offered in cherry wood then.

    Lens is a Rodenstock Sironar-N 150mm f5.6. Also have the 210 Sironar-N, 90mm Grandagon-N 6.8 and Nikon-M 300mm f/9.

    Tripod is a National Cine Equipment wooden (also probably mahogany) that I picked up this week for $36, much like this one currently available on auction, which is not mine. :-) https://www.ebay.com/itm/16488399343...sAAOSwfA5gtUuX

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Cloven View Post
    Calumet Wood-Field 4x5, most likely a rebadged Nagaoka Seisakusho, probably in Mahogany. Same design seen in a 1984 Calumet catalog, though offered in cherry wood then.

    Lens is a Rodenstock Sironar-N 150mm f5.6. Also have the 210 Sironar-N, 90mm Grandagon-N 6.8 and Nikon-M 300mm f/9.

    Tripod is a National Cine Equipment wooden (also probably mahogany) that I picked up this week for $36, much like this one currently available on auction, which is not mine. :-) https://www.ebay.com/itm/16488399343...sAAOSwfA5gtUuX

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    Nice outfit!. I'd say that tripod is more than up to its assigned task.

    David

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Lindquist View Post
    Nice outfit!. I'd say that tripod is more than up to its assigned task.

    David
    Absolutely. I could mount my 34# 1940 Marine Deardorff V11 on that tripod and fear not.

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