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    Chris,

    looks to me like the lens threads are about 43mm, but I only have a ruler...

    Do you mean that the plug that accepts the rubber tubing just screws off, or did you have to open the shutter body to remove it?

    Cheers,
    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrankin View Post
    The Conley is headed to NH.
    The Conley arrived safely at it's new home today. It's a beauty.
    Thanks for the careful packaging Richard.

    Joe

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    How about $75 for the B&L triplet or $80 for the Gundlach?
    Richard

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    B&L triplet is sold pending payment. Gundlach is off the market for now until I play with it some!

    Cheers,
    Richard

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    Richard,

    I think you'll be quite pleased with the Gundlach. Here's a frame from my 5x7 lens onto 4x5. I printed it 8x10 over the weekend, cropping down to around 70% of the frame - it's a keeper, I think.

    Dan
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    Nice shot. I took one look and thought JERSEY. It reminded me a lot of when I used to live in Hoboken.

    Since the shutter works on the Gundlach, I think I might use it for some shots of the grandkids. They won't sit still long enough to get decent stuff without a shutter...


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    NY Harbor - Brooklyn Bridge in the background. If you haven't been in Hoboken recently, it's changed a lot in the last 15 years or so.

    I've never tried it for portraits. It's a RR so should have a nice look, not too sharp, not too soft. I speed tested an Autex on a Seneca once - wasn't too bad for a 100 year old shutter.

    Dan

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