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Thread: Sinar 8x10

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    Sinar 8x10

    I want one...

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    K&R Photographics in Florence, KY (just this side of the Ohio River) has one for sale.
    www.gregorytdavis.com

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    I have a F1 4x5 with a P2 8x10 rear I will be selling once I glue on some new levels. One corner of the bellows has some pinholes though.

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    There are basically 3 types: the original model, the f-model and the p-model.

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    I'd like the cheap model... seriously.

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    look at the sinar norma. I have it in 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10. If you can find one in good shape you will not be disappointed.

    An 8x10 norma with a sinar tilt/head and some big legs is the business.
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    Here's one source for Sinar Norma. He may not be the cheapest, but a good source nevertheless.

    http://www.glennview.com/sinar.htm

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    Yea, he's expensive and seems to want to stick odd things like wood backs on his cameras. Perhaps the extra trouble is worth more?

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    Not to me it isn't - he has some hard to find pieces and I have thought about buying some... But the prices are nuts.

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    ive got a toyo view GII 4x5 camera with 16 film holders, a loupe, 6 boxes of film, rodenstock 210mm f5.6 lens in a tenba case. message me if you're interested

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