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  1. #11

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    One of the Toya #0 boards has sold and shipped...lots more where they came from

  2. #12

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    Many more of the boards are still available. You know you need one

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    Any Linhof 0 boards left?

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    Tony, I have many of the #0 boards left. They are Toyo boards, but fit my Wista VX like a glove and I feel assured that they would fit on your camera. I have already sent a couple of these boards to OZ, so shipping is not a problem. I also have a couple of Wista #1 boards, but at a slightly higher cost. PM me if you would like one or two of these boards. BTW shipping would be about $12.00

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    Re: Lens Board Blowout

    PM sent

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    bump

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    Are there linhof/wista type copal#1 and #3 board with a notch?

  8. #18

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    I have sold most of the boards that I had and of all the boards, none had a notch. I know the significance of the notched hole in the board, but frankly have never seen one or for that matter found a need for one. I have found that most lenses fit just slightly differently on each camera and I would not want to be limited in how I can place the shutter on the board. If it is important that you have a notch, then use a dremel tool and notch the board yourself. If there is a screw on the shutter that is not allowing the shutter to lie flat on the board, then remove it and move on. All of the lenses that I have had the screw removed long ago or never had one.

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