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    Instructions for Toyo 45AII

    I seem to have figured everything out except rotating the back...?

    Also, does anyone have a PDF of the manual? Thanks. Shawn

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    I've got the rotating back figured out but I'd still like to have a pdf of the manual if anyone here is in possession of such a file.

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    Shawn,

    Do you have the reflex viewer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Shawn,

    Do you have the reflex viewer?

    Tom.
    I don't think so. I have a piece that flips out to shield the GG/fresnel combo from light but that's it.

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    On the 'Texas Photo Forum' website, there is a photo of a Toyo 4x5 camera with a reflex system (similar to looking through an SLR I suppose). Rather large, but possibly convenient in windy or fast moving conditions.

    Tom.

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    I find the reflex viewer really handy when shooting overhead shots in studio. It's makes you two steps lower on the ladder. I've never used it in the field, but that's just my experience.

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    If I can find my manual, I can make a pdf and send it to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colrehogan View Post
    If I can find my manual, I can make a pdf and send it to you.
    THANK YOU! I would really appreciate that, Diane. All the best. Shawn

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    The reflex viewer looks cool but I'm married to viewing the ground glass straight up. It's being able to view the image with both eyes, as I view the final print, that is my greatest attraction to lf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colrehogan View Post
    If I can find my manual, I can make a pdf and send it to you.
    I can send a copy of my (Japanese) manual if you're really stuck for one.

    Mike

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