Free shipping for APUG members until Dec. 31st
APUG members will receive free shipping on many BTZS (Beyond the Zone System) products ordered by December 31, 2010.
Free US and foreign shipping on these BTZS products:
1. BTZS ExpoDev Software (Windows only)
2. BTZS Plotter Software (Windows only)
3. BTZS DVD Workshop video and PDF workbook with PowerDial, BTZS Lite and D-MAX Newsletters
4. BTZS Special #2 (ExpoDev, Plotter, Workshop DVD, PowerDial, BTZS Lite, 21-Step Steptablet, complete D-MAX Newsletter back issues on CD)
5. BTZS ExpoDev and Plotter Combo (included PowerDial and BTZS Lite)
Free shipping to US addresses only on:
1. BTZS 4x5 Film Tube Kit
2. BTZS 8x10 Film Tubes (Set of 3 only)
3. BTZS Focus Hood 4. BTZS Film Test
Shipping is by UPS Ground or Priority Mail.
If you call with your order, please mention APUG to get free shipping. If you place the order on the website please type APUG Member in the comments section. The shopping cart will add shipping (sorry, no way around that) but we will credit your card or PayPal account for the shipping.
Order non-BTZS items at the same time and we'll just charge you shipping on those items.
See our website at http://www.viewcamerastore.com for complete descriptions. You can see our Film Tubes in action on YouTube -- Search on BTZS.
Remember this offer is good though December 31th, 2010 and you must mention that you are an APUG member when ordering!
Last edited by frednewman; 06-21-2010 at 04:28 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Fred, I didn't see the set of 3 for 8X10, is there a "set" or is it for three 8X10 tubes?
Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand
The original Plotter software was programed by Phil Davis. This was many years ago and worked very well. it worked up until OS 7.5. I used this version on an old Mac until it was replaced with Plotter for windows. A programer approached Phil Davis about doing a windows version - otherwise I would still be using the old Mac version. Phil Davis was a Mac person and used the windows version on his Mac. I'm now a Mac person and would like to see a Mac version. I still use a Dell with XP for the plotter program. The programer added a lot of really good features and it is a much improved version - Phil Davis really liked it.
Sorry but there are not sales to justify the time and expense to do a Mac version.
Another special is a set of three 8x10 tubes for $84.95 with free shipping US only for APUG members. If I forgot anything else or you can think of any combo BTZS special for APUG members please let me know. Thanks for noticing.
Thank you for answering my question even though a moderator deleted the post.
Originally Posted by frednewman
I am getting into Large Format and Penn Camera recommended that I checkout your website.
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Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
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Any questions or help you got it. Large format is a wonderful world.
why have a US address only section, us Irish (and other Europeans) feel a little left out, not that I speak for all of Europe (yet, but if my evil plans come to fruition!!!!!) but an explanation as to why would be nice. I really want a 4x5 tube kit with free shipping (I'm a sucker for free).
How about 1/2 price for shipping to Ireland and everywhere else outside the US. Shipping to Ireland for a 4x5 BTZS Tube Kit to Ireland is $47, so your cost would be $23.50 for priority mail international. I will also include at no cost a BTZS Lite CD and a D-Max Newsletter at no charge. Just mention APUG in the notes to me. I will probably have to refund the difference - we don't have that fancy a shopping cart. Thanks for letting me know.
Must clean my glasses, I was sure you said free whipping, was getting seriously worried there Fred, thought I was on a strange BDSM site
More seriously what about downloads for International users of the software etc, it's not a copyright issue as after all once they have a CD/DVD they could redistribute anyway.
I'd buy the Dmax newsletters that way, less work for you (OSCommerce supports downloads. Paypal etc) no production & shipping costs.
Yes you can download the D-Max Newsletters. We do give a discount for downloaded D-Max Newsletters - $7.95. It saves me a trip to the post office. Thanks