Large Format Shops In New York.

Discussion in 'Darkroom Equipment' started by Morgan ~ MOD54, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. Morgan ~ MOD54

    Morgan ~ MOD54 Partner Partner

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    Best places for Large format in New York?

    Thanks,

    Morgan.
     
  2. horacekenneth

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    do you mean a place to buy equipment or do printing or get your photos developed?
     
  3. FM2N

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    Lens repro 33west 17th st. between 5th and 6th avenue 5th floor
    Www.lensandrepro.com
    Love this store. Great selection of lenses and bodies, film holders, etc. well worth the visit.
     
  4. summicron1

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    woops...closing.. http://Www.lensandrepro.com/
     
  5. FM2N

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    That is a real shame! They had really great stuff in that store. Fantastic prints, cameras. I will miss it.
     
  6. TheFlyingCamera

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    Lens and Repro has transferred some of their stock and most of their rental business to Calumet, which is just down the street from them. I'd check the usual suspects - B&H and Adorama - they have decent stocks of things but not the places to go hunting LF esoterica. Check with Eli Kurland and see what they have (call or visit their website before you go to save a trip just in case).
     
  7. Mike Wilde

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    I find the used section of B&H always worth a look when I am in town.