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    20 x 24 sightings?

    Any users report on the new Canham 20 x 24?
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    I talked to Keith 2 days ago. He was working on them as we spoke. Over 70" of bellows on those babies.

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    I haven't kept up with what is happening with this camera, but do you remember the Polaroid 20x24 camera back in the 1970s. It had four wheels on it like a small trailer.

    I'll be anxious to see this one. Wow, a 20x24 contact print. Has to be breathtaking.

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    20x24 sightings

    Haven't heard updates about Keiths, but I got the bellows for mine yesterday and will have it finished to show to you guys soon!
    And Deane, the Polaroid 20x24s are still rolling.
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    Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy!

    Quote Originally Posted by TracyStorer View Post
    Haven't heard updates about Keiths, but I got the bellows for mine yesterday and will have it finished to show to you guys soon!
    And Deane, the Polaroid 20x24s are still rolling.

    Here! Here!

    Now that has got to be a ringer....a camera from one of the most experienced practitioners in the format!
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    Hopefully there will be a 20X24" sighting soon in South Carolina other than Zebra's Ebony. I have one order with Richard Ritter and last time we talked he indicated it would not be long before it shipped.

    If anyone is interested in a 20X24 you might want to contact Richard. Although the 20X24 he is building for me won't have as much bellows as the Canham it is projected to weigh less than half the 55lbs of the Canham.


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    I have a related question for you guys- How do you keep the negative in contact with the paper for a contact print of this size? What are your methods?

    Patrick

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    I use a 16 x 20 contact print frame for my 14 x 17 point and shoot....I suppose the users of regular full sized cameras i.e. 20 x 24 do the same or a vacuum system?
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    I'll probably never see, much less use, a 20x24. But if any of you guys get a hair and bring one to the Kansas Flint Hills, let me know. I'd like to tag along with the itty-bitty 7x17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrickjames View Post
    I have a related question for you guys- How do you keep the negative in contact with the paper for a contact print of this size? What are your methods?

    Patrick
    I use a vacuum frame.

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