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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Just laminate it. That's what I did. I have JBrunner's arguably handsome face in plastic.
    Not the first time I have been laminated, but I'm more often shellacked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by argus View Post
    Thanks for showing us, Jason.

    Actually I like my current Quickdisc better, because you can also critically focus on it. With your version, that will be a bit more difficult, but maybe a hint for further improvement?

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    I think I will work on a redo of the target, improved for focus, with a round, and a sqaure one, for individual preference.
    Thank you for the input.

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    Sorry for resuscitate this old topic but today i see your interesting video about this argument but after download the pdf i can't see anything because appear the message: Pdf document is damaged.

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    My wife is now concern as to why I'm carrying a mans picture in my wallet......

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    I'm having the same issue as alessandro2011: the pdf is broken. May we have another serving (no bacon necessary)?
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    Yes, people have been having issues with the file. I'll try to reload it.

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    EZ View

    Just thought I'd add a bit to the discussion.

    We recently (2009) purchased the last remaining inventory of LF Deardorff & Sons, Inc. Included amid the thousands of parts we bought were a whole case of bellows exposure calculators called "EZ-View." They're brand new in the plastic case. If any of you are looking for them, look on eBay at our store.

    Thanks,

    Barry C. Cochran
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    eBay seller: Attrevida

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    I haven't read all the threads but since I would rather not do the math especially when out. I took a small retractable tape measure and did the math for each of my three lenses and marked the exposure factors with a different color for each lens with a permanent marker. I just measure from the lens to the film plane and see what the adjustment is. I keep the tape connected to the strap of my lightmeter. The tape measure is about 2"x2" very cheap in your favorite hardware store.

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