Studio Light and Reflector, Rangefinder Filters

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  1. davela

    davela Subscriber

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    Star-D U5DL studio photo flood housing. Five inch diameter, 60 beam. Made by Smith-Victor. Uses common BBA or ECA lamps. Beautiful classy light housing! New and boxed (opened for taking the photos shown here) $40 plus shipping

    Novatron 2034 studio parabolic reflector. Sixteen inch diameter. New in the box (opened for taking the photos shown here). See Novatron Web site for more details. $25 plus shipping

    For some important filters for vintage rangefinders:

    43.5mm Sky 1A (for the Olympus 35RC). New. $10 plus shipping

    43.5mm Green X1 (for the Olympus 35RC). New. $10 plus shipping

    43mm Sky 1A. New. $10 plus shipping

    40.5mm Red No. 25. $10 plus shipping

    40.5mm Green No. 11 (X1). New. $10 plus shipping
     

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  2. Ken Nadvornick

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    PM sent for the Vivitar 40.5mm red #25(A) filter.

    Ken
     
  3. StoneNYC

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    Will any of these fit on a yashica44? I am not home to check :sad:


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  4. Ken Nadvornick

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    The original Yashica 44 TLR mounted Bay 1 (also known as B30) bayonet filters. This is the crank-wind model, but without the selenium light meter. Here is the manual.

    The Yashica 44A TLR mounted 28.5mm slip-on filters. This is a knob-wind, non-metered model. Here is the manual.

    The Yashica 44LM TLR also mounted Bay 1 (B30) filters. This is a knob-wind model, plus a built-in selenium light meter. Here is the manual.

    [Edit: See here for nice pictures of all three models for comparison.]

    Ken
     
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    pm sent for 43.5mm Green X1
     
  6. bernard_L

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    My mistake. What I need is an XO (yellow-green). So this one remains available as far as I'm concerned.