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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAPTKEVIN View Post
    I am having trouble finding a lens board for the GVII.
    A flat board is easy - it's the same as the ones for the Anniversary Graphics - a piece of wood and a table saw or router is really all you need. As for the recessed boards, I have an extra one of those if you're interested.

    Dan

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    there are also folks on graflex.org who make and sell recessed boards for the GVII ...

  3. #13

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    I've had a Calumet 400 wide angle model and still have a GVII. I gave the Calumet to a friend---not because I didn't lik it (I did) but because I wanted my friend to have a good 4x5 camera. I eventually missed it and replaced it with the GVII.

    They are both fine cameras and capable of everything more modern (read expen$ive) cameras can give you.

    My advice: Keep the one you enjoy using the most.

    I kind of get a kick out of my GVII all tricked out on a Tiltall tripod---aluminium overcast!

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