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    Does anyone have the heart to tell Colorblind that he's already seeing the world through viewing filters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
    Just curious about the alignment of the rangefinder...is it a difficult job for a do-it-yourselfer? I thought the stop pins on the bed were adjustable to infinity and that was that.
    It takes maybe 15 - 30 minutes. Instructions are on the Graflex dot org Website. However, this is for the side-mounted Kalart RF. I do not think they have instructions for the top-mounted RFs.
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    The RF is activated by a cable that is pushed when the focusing bed moves in and out, it in turn moves a half mirror inside the RF that aligns the two images, the RF patch is not aligned and I am not sure about the cable and if it is right. Either way I never used it so I didn't mess with it. I did take the cover off and looked at it but decided it wasn't worth messing with since I used it as a field camera and not a press camera.
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    Viewing Filter, Crown Graphic, and Riteway 4X5 film holders are gone...
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    I took some new (and better) shots of the lenses, I will leave them up for sale until tomorrow and then they will be going on the chopping block (eBay)

    NEW PHOTOS: http://www.flickr.com/photos/3855704...7624439721840/
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    Seems like some very good pricing on those lenses. Wish I had the $$$ for the 65.

    Dan

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    210 Rodenstock and 5 remaining film holders sold.
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