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    you might try posting a wtb over at large format photography forum. Also, you can get a 4x5 norma kit (easier to find) and buy an 8x10 format kit which consists of 8x10 rear standard and bellows. Then you would have 4x5 and 8x10
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    Will give that a go. I already have a Sinar F 4x5 so just need the back and bellows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illumiquest View Post
    Will give that a go. I already have a Sinar F 4x5 so just need the back and bellows.
    Just be sure to decide whether to get the metering back/bellows or the non-metering kind. The metering kind allows the use of the Sinar/Gossen probe to make readings at any part of the groundglass image. Check out pp. 22 & 25 of the Sinar Catalog:

    http://www.matrix.cz/profifoto/PDFS/...em_katalog.pdf

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    Also, the metering back is more recent, and it is easier to find bellows and accessories for it. I have a non-metering back on my 8x10" P, and would have been better off with the metering back, even if I don't have much interest in the meter. The non-metering back takes the same size bellows as the 8x10" Norma. The metering back is larger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illumiquest View Post
    I want one...
    I got one. 8x10 Sinar P, two lens boards, 18" extension rail. All in very good condition.

    I'm not at home for a couple of weeks and if you're still interested maybe we can work it out.

    Unless you find something that works for you I'll get back to you then.

    Oh, a couple of years ago I offered it in the Classifieds, perhaps the pictures are still their.

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    A quick search of Classifieds produced Bruce's ad:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...ar-p-8x10.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by silveror0 View Post
    A quick search of Classifieds produced Bruce's ad:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...ar-p-8x10.html

    There you go....

    Since then I've added an 18" extension so it comes with original 12 plus 18.

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