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    Quote Originally Posted by ts103706@ohio.edu View Post
    John, I might be getting another medium format. I am working out a certain issue with my ebay auction, but if all goes as it should, I will have enough money after selling my Rolleiflex to afford an RB 67 kit being sold for $235.00 on craigslist. I am hoping for the best.
    "Where there is a will there is a way", comes to mind. Good for you. Whether that has worked or not by our event time, please know that you welcome to attend. Remember that when you are taking photo courses at U Akron they have 15 Cambo 4x5s, a Fuji 6x7 Range Finder and a Fuji 6x9 Range Finder to lend to registered students.

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    This should make our darkroom conversations a lot more interesting. Nicholas Lindan owner of DARKROOM AUTOMATION, f-Stop timers - Enlarging Meters,
    http://www.darkroomautomation.com will be attending and has offered to show us some of his systems either outside if we have a crowd or in the dark of my darkroom if only a few people. Thank you Nicholas. I am looking forward to talking with you and having you join in our fun. I believe ic-racer has a thread going right now that partially includes compensating darkroom timers. He plans to attend as well.

    Looking forward to seeing you all. I hope you will all bring work to show and tell. For me that and simply talking to other photographers is the best part of this sort of event. This is especially true as we do not have anything to compete with the BIG CHICKEN across the street from the motel in down town Levering, Michigan.

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    I just ordered some more film for the 8x10 Century I restored and plan on bringing that camera. Glad to hear Nicolas is going to be there.


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    [QUOTE=ic-racer;670118]I just ordered some more film for the 8x10 Century I restored and plan on bringing that camera. Glad to hear Nicolas is going to be there.

    That is beautiful!! Peter Spangenberg may also show his two Deardorffs 8x10 and 57-45 if we nudge him a bit. Both have been restored in the last year or so and are gorgeous. My two flat black cameras are looking just a little, well flat black.

    If any of the others coming have something lovely to show, please bring it. I have only been talking about prints, but cameras, lenses and gear are beautiful as well. I hope it is not just a guy thing.

    My hope is that Eva will bring her model, Jeff, but there we stray from the gorgeous, IMHO. We will restore Jeff at the Country Maid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    That is beautiful!! Peter Spangenberg may also show his two Deardorffs 8x10 and 57-45 if we nudge him a bit. Both have been restored in the last year or so and are gorgeous. My two flat black cameras are looking just a little, well flat black.

    If any of the others coming have something lovely to show, please bring it. I have only been talking about prints, but cameras, lenses and gear are beautiful as well. I hope it is not just a guy thing.

    John
    That is a nice looking camera. I will be bringing my new Chamonix 4x5 with me in case anyone wants to take a look. Assuming 4x5 isn't too small of a format to show.
    - Jeff (& sometimes Eva, too) - http://www.jeffbannow.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by ts103706@ohio.edu View Post
    John, I might be getting another medium format. I am working out a certain issue with my ebay auction, but if all goes as it should, I will have enough money after selling my Rolleiflex to afford an RB 67 kit being sold for $235.00 on craigslist. I am hoping for the best.
    Tim,

    If you are not familiar with the RB 67, Jeff and Eva both shoot RZ 67s and can help. I also have an RZ 67, but have not shot it much since I went LF. The manual is there though and I recently did shoot one roll inspired by their efforts in MI. I am sure we four can figure most start up problems.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbannow View Post
    That is a nice looking camera. I will be bringing my new Chamonix 4x5 with me in case anyone wants to take a look. Assuming 4x5 isn't too small of a format to show.
    Congratulations. I have heard great things about it. Please bring the Chamonix.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    Tim,

    If you are not familiar with the RB 67, Jeff and Eva both shoot RZ 67s and can help. I also have an RZ 67, but have not shot it much since I went LF. The manual is there though and I recently did shoot one roll inspired by their efforts in MI. I am sure we four can figure most start up problems.

    John
    Sure enough - we shoot quite a bit with our Mamiya and could help out.

    - Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    ...the 8x10 Century I restored...
    Beautiful!

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    Hi John,

    I hope I can make it for at least a couple days. Looking forward to seeing you again and meeting more people.

    All the best,
    Daniel



 

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