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    I only do that when I have somone to carry the holders. lol
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    5X7 = 10 Fidelety Holders
    8x10 = 12 Fidelety Holders
    8X20 = 2 Lotus Holder(only for the moment, I'm planning to buy other 2)

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    I have 3 for 7 x 17. plenty for 8 x 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    I only do that when I have someone to carry the holders. lol
    i seen him one day at the grand canyon.....but he only had 2 holders......
    photoshop is somewhere you go to buy photo equipment.


    lens photos here

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    Maybe, but we were both hanging off the same cliff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Peters View Post
    7x17 = 6 ; 8x10 = 10 -

    I have used all 6 - 7 x 17 holders in one day for sure, but never more than one exposure of the same image. But I almost always take the 8 x 10 and 7 x 17 and will use both on photo outings.
    Since we have added other than ULF, I have to agree with Scott and also Phil Kember or Death Valley Phil. I like the format combination of 8x10 and 7x17. The most organized I have been was at Bill Schwab's northern MI Gathering last June with an 8x10 on tripod and a 7x17 on tripod laid out in the back of the SUV with the Baby Jogger bungee corded onto a trailer hitch 2'x5' basket that most people use to carry a dead deer.

    I have added two 7x17 holders since my earlier post.

    7x17 = 12
    8x10 = 18

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    FIlm Holders

    Two formats only,

    5x7 to many to count
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary892 View Post
    12x20 = 3 Holders.
    I am looking for a good way to keep them dust free.

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    a vacuum cleaner before loading, then after loading a poly bag sealed with a bag sealer until they are used.
    Even in dusty environments they stay completely clean.
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    I have 15 8x10s and 6 11x14 holders. As I always travel with the large Harrison tent and do not mind unoading/reloading every night as long as I have a days worth of loaded holders Im fine.

    It comes down to how many images you can take in a day-I dont do "doubles" (unless exposure is particularly tricky or very long) so 10 max has been my limit in either format.

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    Robert,

    He'll be easy to spot. He's the one limping from herniated or ruptured disks after a couple of years of humping it all around. Been there, done that, got the scar to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertP View Post
    I want to meet the guy who backpacks a 12x20 with six holders and lenses. But not in a dark alley.

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