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    Free Omega B22 B66 C-67 lensboard 32mm

    As the title suggests, it's a nonthreaded twist lock flat lensboard in 32mm, a size for which I don't have any lenses.

    Free shipping in the United States, PM me for a quote if you're elsewhere, but it won't be much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsurit View Post
    Yashica on it's way to a new home. Bill Barber
    Hi Bill,
    My daugther reports that her first roll of film through the Yashica looks great. It was a little sluggish when we unpacked it, but with a little exercise, the shutter and aperture(s) freed up nicely. It probably needs a CLA, but for now, it just seems to appreciate a little attention.
    Thank you so much. You have definitely contributed to keeping another young person committed to film.
    Cheers,
    Tom
    Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada

    Ansel Adams had the Zone System... I'm working on the points system. First I points it here, and then I points it there...

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    Omega B22 B66 C-67 lensboard 32mm is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by ignatiu5 View Post
    As the title suggests, it's a nonthreaded twist lock flat lensboard in 32mm, a size for which I don't have any lenses.

    Free shipping in the United States, PM me for a quote if you're elsewhere, but it won't be much.
    32mm board is off to a new home.

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    Loader spoken for alredy. IF not Ill take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    Just a note about the Omega 4x5 enlarger I mentioned a few posts up, it's still available. If you're several hours from the Richmond, Va area, I may be willing to meet you halfway if you want this enlarger. I don't want to take it to the landfill but I do need to get rid of it.

    If it hasn't sold yet, might I suggest offering it up for parts as others have done before throwing it out altogether? Nominal-fee-plus-shipping type of thing? I got a filter holder from 5stringdeath for a tenth of what some on the auction site are listing for.

    Sure, it means a bit more work for you packing parts, but USPS online postage and package pick up cuts a lot of time & effort. Saves the enlarger from the landfill and adds to the film community. Anyway, just a thought. I for one might be interested in the variable condenser unit if it's a D2V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    Just a note about the Omega 4x5 enlarger I mentioned a few posts up, it's still available. If you're several hours from the Richmond, Va area, I may be willing to meet you halfway if you want this enlarger. I don't want to take it to the landfill but I do need to get rid of it.
    Sorry for being so late in posting this, but the enlarger has been spoken for
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    I was cleaning out an old camera bag and found the following.
    I don't think I'll ever use it so its free to the first to respond.

    1-3 36 exp. rolls Kodachrome 25 (dated 1978)
    2-2 36 exp. rolls Kodachrome 64 (date unknown. IIRC early to middle 1990s?)
    3-1 24 exp. roll Kodachrome 64 (as above)
    4-1 24 exp. roll Kodachrome 200 (as above)
    5-5 20 exp. rolls Ektachrome 160 ( tungsten balanced) (1978)

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    largely, I'll take it.

    I've got a few friends who wanted to try Kodachrome. This would be great way to try a roll or two before its gone.

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    Brian,
    You're welcome to it. PM me your address and I'll get it out in the next couple of days.
    Be sure to look at the dates. This stuff is pretty old. You'll probably get some weird color shifts, especially with the Kodachrome which hasn't been refrigerated. The Ektachrome has been but it's still over 30 yrs. out of date
    Post some examples if you get anything cool.

    Good luck with it.
    Larry

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    Thanks you! I'm planning on sharing it with the Seattle Flickr group members. There has been a big resurgence in film photography over the last 6 months. Everything from Holgas toC220s, G2s to cameras picked up at Goodwill.

    A few people there have asked about Kodachrome after I picked some up in a bulk film buy a while back. I'll make it clear that the film is untested but will distributed it to people who want to try a roll before it is gone. Lots of people in the group are fine with expired film and understand the wild card results.

    Thanks again!



 

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