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    Quote Originally Posted by George Papantoniou
    Sorry, Ole. I cannot manage to find the "Second hand" page in this site... could you possibly lead me to it with a link ?
    I have exactly the same problem on my own PC - I could only find it by going fullscreen (F11). He's used flash instead of html, but I managed to trick it

    http://www.gandolficameras.com/Second_hand.html
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    Thank you Jorge & Ole. I saw the two 8x10's, and the traditional looks good. I don't think that the lack of front swing will disturb me. I will consider bying it. I don't know whether the seller has the camera in USA (he asks for US$) and this might cause problems (the customs again)...
    I like the lens, it's not too big, although I guess it won't be good for portraits... If I get this camera I would surely have to find a 360 or longer for the portrait work. I guess this wouldn't prove to be too difficult...

    Anyway, if the camera is still available when I plan bying one (as I said, mid autumn) I will seriously consider bying it...

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    On the page: http://www.gandolficameras.com/Second_hand.html
    it says "wanted whole plate Book form film holders"

    I have a couple boxes of wooden 8x10 holders that appear to be for plates. How would I identify them as possibly what he wants?

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    If they're 8x10", they're not whole plate. "Whole plate" is one of the old glass plate standards, normally 6 1/2 x 8 1/2". "Normally" because of national and sometimes even regional differences, but I think that's the size Gandolfi would have used.

    Maybe he wants plate holders for something like this: http://www.scienceandsociety.co.uk/r...g=2&imagepos=3 ?
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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