As Designer posted....yes.
I use the polarizer version because I also copy old photos with heavy texture and "silvering " and those you have to...
Here are the lights I use.
Lowel Omni-Light 500 Watt Focus Flood Light O1-10 B&H Photo
As far what kind of art I copy just about everything....
One of my jobs here at the lab I work at is coping paintings. I use 2 Lowel "hot lights' 3500k set at a 45 degree angle with polarizers covering...
Here in St. Louis, MO............... Schiller's Camera.
All my enlarging lenses are Rodenstock. I swear by them having printed in the darkroom professionally for over 35 years.
Green Door.....Pentax MV 50mm Fuji 400
Love #2!!!!! but it could be a bit darker. And #4 is nice.
Boo......Hiss.....Shame on you.....:spank:
From a employee at a camera store we would only take trade on old film cameras like that and maybe give you $40-75.
I would say the Body and any...
Have you used Kodak X-Tol for old film? I have found it really helps with the base fog that gets built up over time.
Yes......multiple cameras.......Kennedy Space Center uses 10 of these.........
Funny how I own nothing but RWD cars and they have no problem driving in snow.
I personally have no experience with those cameras. When I was looking for info on a Beaulieu 16mm camera I got good info from here........
Such a beautiful camera. Wish you luck finding the right material for the bellows.
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