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    Tektronix C-30?

    What the heck is this?

    Looks like there may be some parts useful for camera construction. It's hard to tell what size it is though. Does it have a graflock back? lens? a useful bellows?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/TEKTRONIX-C-30-S...QQcmdZViewItem

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    No idea, but you could use it as is to scare the folks who are sitting for portraits. Could lead to some interesting shots.

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    Oscilloscope camera...

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    I'm guessing that's why the title of the auction is "CAMERA FOR OSCILLOSCOPE"

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    I have about half of one of those in my basement. I picked it up at auction thinking I could make it into a camera, but never have. It's designed to work with a very specific shutter, I think, which goes in that mddile section with the blue stripes. The first stripe is marked with shutter speeds, the other with aperatures. I am not sure what size the hole is, but there is no place on mine for a lensboard. The auction looks like it includes a 3x4 Polaroid back, but mine does not include the part which connects to that, so I can't tell you about the interface.

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