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    He usually has just about any useable old shutter you can think of available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Moore
    I have 2 Ilex #5s and they have different thread pitches in them so be aware of that....
    What are you doing with 2 #5s?

    Hey, i found the elements for you too!
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    I second Jeremy's caveat. I bought an Ilex #5 on Ebay once and was disappointed to find that the threads were different from what I already had. David's suggestion is a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall
    What are you doing with 2 #5s?

    Hey, i found the elements for you too!
    Robert,

    I ended up with an adaptor (just happened to have the part in a junk box) which lets me screw a barrel mounted 9" verito into one of the #5s and later found a 240mm Heliar in a #5 and thought to myself that I could shoot with both lenses in one shutter! Nope, the #5 the Heliar is in has different threads than the one I can screw the verito into So I have to keep both #5s around.
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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