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    The only real question I have is how do you determine the distance from the lens to the film plane and how did you adjust focus initially? Ground glass?

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    Got some photos Jeff???
    Kodachrome was invented in the early 1930s by two professional musicians, Leopold Godowsky, Jr. and Leopold Mannes; hence the comment that "Kodachrome was made by God and Man".

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    Hello

    Can you kindly post a picture showing inside with back off?

    Thank you.

    Koo Young

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    Not Jeffs but it most likely something like this


    6x17 MkIII-11 - inside both

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    Interesting, Shane.

    No pressure plate(s) needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    Interesting, Shane.

    No pressure plate(s) needed?
    No, there is a pressure plate. Just not in that photo. Its a piece of plastic attached the back that fits between the guide rails with double sided tape and 6mm foam that goes around doors for draft stopping and hole in right spot to see the film numbers

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    Very nice. As an engineer, I love the design and all the Allen head screws. Does the lens give full coverage across the full width? I assume it must or you would use something different.
    Also, what is the brass tube fitting on the back? I'm sure there are no hydraulics involved.
    Bruce

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    I think its a stop which can be screwed out to check frame numbers.

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    To SMBooth,

    Thank you for the pictures.
    I suppose that is the camera you've made.
    It looks very nice,can you tell me ,briefly,how you made the backs?

    I'm mostly interested in how you bend/join the side walls.

    Koo Young

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    To Shane:

    Thanks for your advice.

    In the picture above,is the film transport aluminum or PVC?

    Thanks,

    Koo Young

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