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    FS: Nearly New Polaroid 405 film back (black)

    Extensively Refurbished, Nearly New Black Polaroid 405 Film back for 4x5 cameras.

    Brand new CNC Machined Black anodized interface plate.

    Brand New Stainless Steel Dark Slide

    Brand New Felt light trap seals.

    Carefully selected second hand black Polaroid CB-103 in Excellent looking and fully functional condition.

    Rollers hand selected, cleaned, inspected, lubricated with synthetic oil and grease.

    Fully tested to be fully light tight with proper function.

    Two Year Warranty From Alpenhause Kamera Werke.

    $189.00 plus shipping, USA? $8 for Priority Mail

    Payment by means of Check or Money Order preferred, direct bank deposit, Western Union, Bank Wire Transfer

    Credit card use is at my sole discretion, approval of credit card use is at my sole discretion, if approved shipping address and billing address must match, shipping cost will be a bit higher for credit card transactions because of the more stringent documentation (Signature proof of delivery, return receipt requested) Shipping fully insured and signed for.

    Please respect the fact that I do not use PayPaI and no longer have a PayPal account.

    We could use Google Checkout but only for U.S.A and Canada residents, Not really able to process foreign credit card transactions, would need ID and banking documents sent to me proving residence, Identity, bank account, signatures, I don't really think you would want to do all that so Western Union or Bank Wire Transfer may be more preferable, Don't worry we can work something out.

    Need this item(s) really fast or soon, I will work with you.

    Please, serious inquiries and posts, Let's stay on topic without some petty comments or accusations, this is a forum that is supposed to be useful and enjoyable.

    Once someone has agreed to purchase I require the buyer to email me a tracking number for payments arriving by mail, send mailed payments by Priority Mail with a tracking number otherwise I have to consider the item as unsold and will sell it to someone else, I have unfortunately had people say they are sending payment and nothing happens, they won't answer emails, these are very irresponsible people, these are Certified Excuse Providers, lots of people claim they were in the hospital about a week later if they respond at all, Come on, Yeah Right! I don't fall for that one, extremely popular lame excuse though for failing to respond to emails or failing to send payment

    I am here to conduct good honest business and only want to do business with like minded buyers.
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    What is the interface plate made out of? I wondered how long it would be before people started adapting other backs into 405 backs, given the price of real 405 backs these days....

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    It is tough, hard grade aluminum that ic CNC machined and hard black anodized, better than Polaroid's cheap cast aluminum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Sawyer View Post
    What is the interface plate made out of? I wondered how long it would be before people started adapting other backs into 405 backs, given the price of real 405 backs these days....
    looks like as 1:06pm today
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    These backs are identical to a Polaroid factory made 405, Centering is proper

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    Looks nice! GLWS

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    Hey! How Does $175 sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnielvis View Post
    I notice that the exposure frame is slightly more centered than a standard holder, which has the frame all the way near the locking ridge (where the filmholder locks into the camera back) which is near the film lip. Is this actually the case? Is the frame centered? If so, then this is very desirable since you can compose on center with this holder and you can avoid the dreaded "black line" from mirror rest shadow in graflex slr.
    Hi, Do you know which direction you would like the face plate moved to? It is actually a simple matter to move the face plate a bit to suit your application or alter the opening in the face plate, can be made larger if need be.

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