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    I'm sure my Eurynar is a larger thread than the Compur, I tried the 1950's 150mm f4.5 Tessar cells, and they didn't fit. (SAme size threads as the 135mm).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    I remember a sign I once saw in a clock repair shop.

    It read:
    Clock Repair
    $10
    $100, if you watch
    $1000, if you tried repairing it yourself.

    I hope you hit the Lotto - you might need lots of money!
    Good luck.
    They usually don't like amateur repairers, no. I sent a picture of the shutter mechanism to two repairmen. I hope they are humble and friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole View Post
    Rodenstock came late to the standardisation of shutter sizes. The only lens I've found which fits into the (dial-set) shutter of a damaged 13,5cm Eurynar is another 13,5cm Eurynar!
    Hurrah!

    I'm planning to persuade my retired father to visit his old workplace to make an adapter for my 6,8/16,8 Dagor to fit in a larger Compur. He use to say "no, I can't just...", but after that he can't just leave the "problem" unsolved.

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