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    finally a member here!!

    I should be taking delivery of an 11x14 Seneca Improved this week. I have an 19" Red Dot (in shutter) and a 260 f10 Nikkor Process (no shutter), that should cover it.

    Looking forward to the big film!!

    Anyone know if there's a source of 11x14 color neg?

    jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimcollum
    I should be taking delivery of an 11x14 Seneca Improved this week. I have an 19" Red Dot (in shutter) and a 260 f10 Nikkor Process (no shutter), that should cover it.

    Looking forward to the big film!!

    Anyone know if there's a source of 11x14 color neg?

    jim
    Welcome Jim!

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    Welcome from another Seneca user. (abuser?) Don't think there's any fresh 1114 film left on earth but you occasionally see some show up on Ebay.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    I think some people put together a special order together not too long ago for something like Portra 400 VC, and I know someone who did a special order on his own for one of the Portra films in 11x14", so it's possible.
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    Do you have 11x14 film holders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan McIntosh
    Do you have 11x14 film holders?
    have two coming with the camera. you selling some?

    jim

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    Nope. sorry Jim. They are all being used with my camera

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    well.. the camera's here, and it's beautiful. can't wait to get some negatives from it. First, some lens boards. Anyone know of a source of Seneca boards? Matching is my first choice.. otherwise, it's down to the hardware store to get some raw materials to make my own

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    Jim, I've made several lens boards for my Seneca 8x10. It's not that hard to do. Take some measurments and try your local hobby store for some thin Mahogany or look on E-bay for craft wood sellers that have thin stock. I have found several that are very good. If you laminate the pieces together they will come out nice. Good luck.

    Stay Focused!!


    Jim



 

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