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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerevan View Post
    The cylinder is part of the shutter, where the air piston goes. The red dot looks like a bubble level. Move the little prism thingy and you'll see what happens.
    Do I learn to see !!

    thanks next time an Erko comes by !

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    for whatever it's worth, I use ortholith and x-ray film cut down to 3 1/4X4 1/4 for my voightlander plate camera. Not to mention being able to cut film and develope under a red light. I don't know where to find the film in Europe or Great Britain. But in the USA, Freestyle is my go-to people for ortho.

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    Fujicolor Pro160S in 9x12
    http://www.fujifilm.com/products/pro...ilms/pro_160s/

    Fuji Velvia 100F in 9x12
    http://www.fujifilm.com/products/pro...s/velvia_100f/

    Best of luck finding them

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    There's Kodak E6 9x12 film on Ebay as well

    Ian

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    Ordered B/W at Fotoimpex in Berlin; but I think they deliver by donkey Ian: ain't there a fine Turkish craftsman at your first adress, who can make some 'new' filminserts ? Been to Dikili some years ago but I remember well all those coppersmiths and metalworkers. Fine artists sometimes.
    thanks
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