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    Omega does in fact make it so you can slide the lensboard out to change lenses, and mounting plates.
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    Yes, but its also not necessary. Regardless, the lens is not protruding past the lens board. And a nice APUG member has hooked me up with a turret and new spacer, so all these issues will be solved.

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    I'm looking for the lens mounting hardware if anyone has some to unload in my direction. I have a D5XL with turret and no mounting parts right now. I will find them one way or another. Worst case is to get out the blow torch and make my own...

    But premade ones are so much prettier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowtracker View Post
    I'm looking for the lens mounting hardware if anyone has some to unload in my direction. I have a D5XL with turret and no mounting parts right now. I will find them one way or another. Worst case is to get out the blow torch and make my own...

    But premade ones are so much prettier.
    Which lens(es) are you trying to mount to the turret? I have a couple of extra plates.

    I assume that you have reviewed the chart on KHB's site.
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    I have a Schneider Componon (no S is on the lens) 5.6 135mm
    Telsar Anastigmat 4.5 105mm (No name other than Japan on it)
    El-Nikkor f/4 80mm
    El-Nikkor f/4 75mm
    Rodenstock Rogonar SC 75mm

    Of those, I would like to put the 135mm and 80mm on the turret. The 105mm could go on there but I will be looking for a 150mm instead of it in time. The 135mm lens has a shoulder on it that is smaller in diameter than the standard 39mm threads. The serial number is 11 528 120. It does have a retaining ring for it.

    For the 135mm, this is what I found on the KHB site - 135mm 32.5mm N/A 421-931 421-931
    Last edited by Shadowtracker; 05-13-2010 at 11:09 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: new info
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    Tim:

    I'll check tomorrow to see if I have either a 421-931 (for the Schneider 135mm lens) or an extra 421-932 (for the El-Nikkor 80mm).

    I don't have any extra nurled screws, but KHB's prices for those aren't bad.
    Matt

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    Thanks Matt. Let me know what you want for them + S&H.
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    Tim:

    I've just checked, and unfortunately don't have either the 421-931 or the 431-932.

    One point that you might already be aware of - those plates are newer replacement models. Most likely the older versions (421-131 and 421-132) will also work for you.
    Matt

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    BTW, Chromegatrol is my new favorite word :-)

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    I don't want to start a new thread because this isn't crucial but ... I have the Omega "under lens" filter holder for this, including the triangle bracket which is screwed into the lens stage. Anyhow, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to attach the bar with the filter holder into the bracket. One end has like the copper-thing (its not a cotter pin, but round, same idea) so the filter assembly doesn't fall off. The other end SEEMS to fit into the bracket hole just fine, but its not threaded nor does it want to stay very secure .. falls off. I have a feeling it may be broken at that end. Everything else is good, including the variable height adjusting unit for the holder.

    Thanks for any help. (Again)

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