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    Need your help with an identification!

    Someone please tell me what the item in the photos is, and its function, 'cause I have no clue!

    TIA.


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    Looks like an adjustable mask for a bellows lens hood.
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    Definitely an adjustable mask. I saw one like it on ebay a while ago. They are usually used in an enlarger to mask negatives without having to have a stable of negative holders of different sizes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksplace View Post
    Definitely an adjustable mask. I saw one like it on ebay a while ago. They are usually used in an enlarger to mask negatives without having to have a stable of negative holders of different sizes.
    I agree with what you say and have one. But this looks like a Cambo board fit. I can not find it on the Cambo site.
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