Petzval Lens Shutters

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  1. Reinhold

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    For those folks looking for a shutter for their brass barrel lens...
    I can offer factory new 100% reliable 3-1/2 inch #6 Packard shutters on a front mounted baseboard,
    with a custom sized clamping collar to fit your lens perfectly without vignetting.
    Watch a #6 Packard (on a Cokin style mount) here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n-4Rp1lB5A&feature=youtu.be

    The complete assembly is light weight (340g, 12oz), stable & secure.
    A textured rubber belt under the nylon screws gives a secure grip without marking the lens barrel.
    The timing pin can be inserted from either the front or back of the shutter.
    A similar arrangement for smaller Packard shutters (3 inch, for example) is also available.

    The complete 3-1/2" shutter assembly with clamping collar, #6 pin, bulb, & rubber tube: $298 + shipping.
    The Board only, with a custom sized clamp collar (you mount your own 3-1/2"shutter): $98 + ship.
    The #6 Pin assembly (Pin with chain, acetal fitting, & screws): $20 + shipping

    The photo shows a unit sized for a 250mm, 335mm, 500mm, or 1000mm Wollaston lens.
    Need something smaller? Ask for a quote. Your custom sized collar will be similar.

    Reinhold
    www.re-inventedPhotoEquip.com
     

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    3-1/2 inch shutter too large?
    Too Small?

    Here's how I adapt a 3" Packard baseboard to the Cokin system:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uqQmzlRMRI

    Thus, lenses with standard front filter threads can join the party.
    Tell me what size shutter you need and I'll adapt it.

    Reinhold
     
  3. bvy

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    Are you still making these? Will they trigger a flash?