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    What a beauty.

    Sincerely;
    [FONT="Book Antiqua"]Christopher Breitenstein[/FONT]<br>

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    Aren't they finely finished? And the design is handsome too. ULF couldn't be more stylish.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    Phillip,

    What size are the lensboards? What is the maximum bellows length?

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    Hello, the lensboards are 4.5" and the max bellows is 800mm.

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    Bummer... That's a tiny lensboard for a camera that size.
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    Bummer... That's a tiny lensboard for a camera that size.

    Kerik,

    That explains why Chinese have snapped up all tiny-sized Protars and Dagors from Ebay. They have yet to discover old brassy lenses. BTW, sizes of lenboard and the lenght of bellows can be custom made by Chamonix.

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