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    I have seen an 8X10 copy camera similar to a polaroid MP-3 only in 8X10 not 4X5. It was not a process camera, it shot vertical for copying artwork in a museum. No idea who made it. No set up or movements only focus. You could search for copy and process cameras.
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    I have an 8x10 poco, it dates to about 1903 and has very limited movements... actually, it only has the shift and tilt necessary to fold the thing up. It folds up into a nondescript and lightweight box with a double-convertible lens inside. I think I paid ~$150 for it.
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    How about getting an old wooden 8x10 and fixing the rear movements by wedging a few tight-fitting shims in underneath the rear? The front of these cameras won't go anywhere, as all they usually have is some vertical shift.

    IMO, the shims are not necessary. My Kodak No. 2 holds its positions very solidly, and it would be no quicker to set up if it lacked rear movements.
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