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    New 135 Camera

    I finally found some time to complete this project.







    It has a format of 24x72mm and a focal length of about 30mm.

    The next thing I have to do is mix up some chemistry!

    Jon

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    Fantastic!!!


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    Very pretty indeed. Can I ask where you got the spirit level?

    Can't wait to see some results!

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    Excellent. I too am interested in the source of the spirit levels for my own panoramic camera (see link below).


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Thanks everyone!

    I purchased the spirit level from Lowe's in the U.S. I have also seen them at Home Depot. You can find them in the tool section.

    Jon

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    Steve,

    Your panoramic camera is looking real nice! I wish I had access to the milling machine you do.

    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Excellent. I too am interested in the source of the spirit levels for my own panoramic camera
    I purchased a spirit level from the local 99p store (I was feeling cheap) - Machined a lump of 10mm acrylic to hold two of the liberated bubbles before bolting to the top of my MPP.

    With access to a CNC router/mill, it really isn't that hard to knock one out.

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    Absolutely love the expiration date.

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    Just WOW and COOL and YIPPY-YAY. Neaty. I love it. I swear I'm gonna hole myself up this winter and build me something. There's no shortage in inspiration.
    Thank you.
    CWalrath

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    Notice it does not give the year?

    Jon

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