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    Quote Originally Posted by jimgalli View Post
    ROFL! Jim, you make this so much fun! 12X20 Folmer & Schwing camera of course. Lens was an ancient Wollensak f10 Process Velostigmat of 19" focal length that is a 4 - 4 protar VII type. I paid $45 for it. No filters. Film was the Efke 100 that I was crabbing about in the last thread. PyroCatHD 12 1/2 minutes in a tray. Thanks!
    Jim, thank you for the info. I needed that. That old Wolly is a great lens! Again great portraits!!

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    Very, very nice. Where is the rest of the roll?
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    "The road at
    this point was so steep the only safe way
    to hold the truck while jacking was to let
    the front bumper impact the giant tree you
    see in picture 4."

    Nice.

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    Anytime I read about someone who has the 'front diff boiling', or read about somone who takes 'two spares', I have to try to hang out with that person.

    Jim, you are tempting me to come back to Nevada and hit some of the spots I missed in the 2 years I lived there.

    Nice shots. Having used the 12x20 briefly, the accomplishment of just unpacking the camera at 10K feet is amazing.

    Now...about that 'superfluous' 12x20...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Slade View Post
    Anytime I read about someone who has the 'front diff boiling', or read about somone who takes 'two spares', I have to try to hang out with that person.

    Jim, you are tempting me to come back to Nevada and hit some of the spots I missed in the 2 years I lived there.

    Nice shots. Having used the 12x20 briefly, the accomplishment of just unpacking the camera at 10K feet is amazing.

    Now...about that 'superfluous' 12x20...
    Aucchhh. Michael, ze extra 12X20 has fled away to places east.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Jim, marvelous work. You're an inspiration. Now if I could only view them at actual size on the monitor...

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    great stuff jim,

    if you lend me the camera i will break the altitude record for a 12x20. i will even carry it myself!

    eddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie gunks View Post
    great stuff jim,

    if you lend me the camera i will break the altitude record for a 12x20. i will even carry it myself!

    eddie

    Careful there, Jim, I met Eddie on the edge of a cliff in the Grand Canyon. He seems to have little fear of heights and I would take him seriously about the height.
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    WHAT NOT EVEN ABOVE THE TIMBER LIMIT !!!!!
    Im disapointed Jim
    Great Photos Jim
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