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    I have one of the graflex type if someone can use it (one of the wider than regular holders ( may be shorter too.)). It was in with some regular film holders I bought on Ebay. I don't know if it is light tight or not, but everything else was in good shape from this seller.

    I'd be happy to mail it to anyone that can use it.

    Mike

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    Mike... If that holder has the grooves on the sides it's probably for the old Graflex RB SLR and worth about $15-20 in good shape. Those are much harder to find than modern 4x5 holders.

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    Just to confirm here is a photo of the back


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    It's a completely standard back. Nonstandard backs are quite unusual, particularly on cameras made in the last 60 years or so. It's like asking "which brand of 35mm film fits my Minolta."
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    Which 135 film fits my Autocord?

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    Careful Mike, there may have been a conversion piece for 35mm. I think more than one model of TLR could handle 35mm. I can only guess why you'd want that feature though.

    Mike

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    I was just razzing David.

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    Krzys,
    when I sold Mick Fagan my Shen Hao I also sold him my 4x5 Fidelity and Riteway film holders, including some very old ones with metal tabs. I don't think he's had any problems with them and I know I didn't. He does have some Toyo holders, and he says that they are better made than the others, but apart from that (and they cost more), I don't think there are any advantages of one over the other.
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    Mine are mostly elites, but I do have a couple of the old ones with metal tabs. One has developed a light leak where the dark slide enters the holder. 1/4 to 1/2 inch as a slight exposure. Weird thing it is a very straight line across the frame.

    Mike

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    Keep them clean, clean clean. Buy a good 4" paint brush to clean them and one of those Igloo Playmates. Good for holding up to a dozen film holders or so.

    http://www.igloocoolers.com/products...lSize/Playmate

    Have fun with your 4x5 camera.

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