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Old January 11th 12, 08:22 PM posted to rec.photo.equipment.large-format
Richard Knoppow
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Default Agfa View Camera Part wanted

I wonder if anyone even reads this group any more, but
on the chance there there are a few more die-hards...
Some time ago I aquired an 8x10 Agfa/Ansco Universal
View camera. Its complete other than the sliding bed block.
While it should not be too difficult to make one I wonder if
anyone by any chance has one they are willing to sell.
Please answer via private e-mail if you do. I am also
looking for some lens boards for it. It uses the earlier
7-1/4 square boards. I can make these but would really like
to find an original bed block.


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Old January 12th 12, 01:37 AM posted to rec.photo.equipment.large-format
Jean-David Beyer
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Default Agfa View Camera Part wanted

Richard Knoppow wrote:
I wonder if anyone even reads this group any more, but
on the chance there there are a few more die-hards...


I read this board, but find it less rewarding than in the 1980s and
1990s. I must be a die-hard because I just ordered 100 sheets of TMX and
100 sheets of TMY. And I am wondering if I should by Xtol developer mix.
Does it keep if I do not mix it up?

Unfortunately, I not only have never seen an Ansco view camera live, I
have no parts for it.


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Old January 13th 12, 12:33 PM posted to rec.photo.equipment.large-format
Stephan Goldstein
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Default Agfa View Camera Part wanted

On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 20:37:26 -0500, Jean-David Beyer
wrote:

Richard Knoppow wrote:
I wonder if anyone even reads this group any more, but
on the chance there there are a few more die-hards...


I read this board, but find it less rewarding than in the 1980s and
1990s. I must be a die-hard because I just ordered 100 sheets of TMX and
100 sheets of TMY. And I am wondering if I should by Xtol developer mix.
Does it keep if I do not mix it up?

Unfortunately, I not only have never seen an Ansco view camera live, I
have no parts for it.


I still read Usenet, but you might do better posting this question on
the Large Format Photography Forum, which is much more active.

So far my wife hasn't noticed that the boxes of 4x5, 5x7, WP, and
now 7x11 film seem to be multiplying in the freezer
 




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