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    Wanted: D5 Lensboards

    Hi all,

    I need a couple specific lensboards for my Omega D5 turret ... I am willing to fork over cash, or have a couple things I can trade if interested - mostly a couple 35mm SLRs I'm not using, PM me for details

    What I need:

    421-056 for 50mm Nikkor (with threaded flange)
    421-932 for 105mm Nikkor
    421-932 for 80mm Rodagon

    So, two of the 932's and one 056 -- all of these are 39mm holes I believe, which is what I need.

    Danke!

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    Not sure if this is what you are looking for, it does not have any numbers on it. It works on my D6 and I no longer use it. I believe it had a Nikkor 50mm when i got it.

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    I couldn't get the picture to attach. PM with your email and I'll send it to you.

    Aris

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    I have hand made some from stock aluminum sheet tracing the one I had pre turret, and they worked well for a year or so before the right propper units came along. Cut with tin snips, drilled and filed. Lens threads where put though the hole and self amalgamating tape wrapped around to hold the lens in the mount. Black 4 ply matt board shimmed the boards off the turret so the back of the lens sat clear and the turret could then turn.
    my real name, imagine that.



 

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