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    Kodak 2D 8X10 Extension Bed & Tripod Block

    Cleaning out the garage today and finding many things like this where I ask myself, why not sell that.


    The extension bed is the early style. Good usable shape.


    Easy to see that the tripod block doesn't quite fit. I don't exactly know what it DOES fit. Anyone? The last image shows that it misses the 8X10 bed by about 1/4".


    Yes, the handsome Bausch and Lomb 10" Petzval seen holding them up is also available. Ask.


    Bed extension; $125. Hey, if you need it, you really need it. Tripod block; $75 You pay shipping. Talk to me.
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    The block may be from an Eastman View No. 2, which I think has an 8 3/16 inch wide rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Shiu View Post
    The block may be from an Eastman View No. 2, which I think has an 8 3/16 inch wide rail.

    Jon
    Thanks Jon. Did the E. view #2 have 6X6 lensboards, or 5 3/4 square like the 11X14's? jg
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    I have an Eastman View 5x7. If you think that will have the same size lens boards as the 8x10, I will measure them for you. They seems kind of small. Maybe 5x5 or so.

    If you happen to ever come across an extension rail for my camera in the garage, I could really use it. I had a nice, long bellows made for it, and have no way to use it to it's full extent!
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    I happened to measure the board on a WP Eastman View #1 today. It's around 4 3/4".

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    Bed extension is sold.

    Tripod block available.

    Thanks.
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