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    Love the motif! Very nice.
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie Brim View Post
    The metal pieces that hold the lens board onto my Speed Graphic have gone walkabout.
    Is this the bit you need?

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    If so, if you send me your adress I will post it to you.


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    I decided to mod my beat up and brassed Nikon FM. Make it a Nikon FM Celtic Limited Edition.

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    Sorry if it hurts your eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Is this the bit you need?

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    If so, if you send me your adress I will post it to you.


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    I think she means the two sliders top & botton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    I think she means the two sliders top & botton
    I think you're right. I have those too. They will also be cheaper to post! (only the top one slides, the bottom one is fixed).


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    Pix of your home-built cams, mods and creations here please (part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by MFstooges View Post
    I decided to mod my beat up and brassed Nikon FM. Make it a Nikon FM Celtic Limited Edition.

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    Sorry if it hurts your eyes
    Wow that's really beautiful!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MFstooges View Post
    Sorry if it hurts your eyes
    It doesn't hurt mine. What method did you use?


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Wow that's really beautiful!!


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    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    It doesn't hurt mine. What method did you use?


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    I removed part of the coating and used Ferric Chloride etch, Edinburgh Etch to be exact.

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    mornin'

    thought I'd finally get around to posting an image of my latest build. It's similar to the first in design, but because I was planning to carry it around Sri Lanka for a month it had to be smaller and lighter. It shoots up to 3"x4" polaroid/paper and can use a 6x9 roll film holder.

    It worked great on the trip and was strong enough to take the bumps, something the first wasn't able to do.

    so anyway, here it is...

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    Do you have any interest in a Polaroid CB-70 back that takes Integral Film (TIP/The Impossible Project)? I have 2 and don't need both, actually I don't need either but I haven't quite given up on my RZ67 mod to have an integral polaroid back... but anyway I don't need both of them, so if you're interested let me know. I payed $300 for them so I would prefer to break even, but if that's too high perhaps we can work a trade on one of your sweet mods, you obviously have more skill than I do in that department.

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    The Polaroid 110A/600SE with roll film back.

    Wanted a 6x9, it would be silly to stick anything less on this big brute of a camera. Since the M-adapter type backs obscure the viewfinder, and the G-type adapters only allow RB67 roll film backs, I went and made/adapted my own solution. Took an adapter probably taken off a CB-70/103 pack film back, and a Graflex 23 I went about getting the film plane right. This meant grinding out a trough 3.2mm deep in the adapter plate.



    The roll film holder has no means of fixing to the adapter. So I made a skirt of 1/8" aluminium, glued it to the holder and then bolted it to the adapter. A bit of paint and light tight foam later and hey presto:



    Mounted on the camera:



    Test picture:




 

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