Virtually all enlarger lenses have a simple threaded mount. The majority are 39mm in diameter, a few have a smaller 25mm thread. Normally, they...
Maybe shutter sticking (not fully closing or lagging) ?
I presume you're talking about a film back that uses pack film. There is a company in Europe selling hand-made pack film. It is expensive. About...
I don't know where you're located but there's a C330 parts camera for sale on eBay (USA) right now for less than $100.
I suggest checking out the film situation for this back first.
My suggestion is to buy a Leica R body.
To be sure you'd have to measure the flash's trigger voltage. If you have a multimeter (a cheapo one will do), measure between the terminal on the...
The F5 and F6 certainly can. Especially with Nikon flash units.
I would guess both.
Try it with fresh film and following all manufacturer's recommendations.
The Thing From Another World
No. Nikon discontinued its last film camera a few months ago, the F6.
How about you get a new sense of humor instead?
Well, DID you put the mirror in backward?
The gentleman is mistaken. Zone X (10) is pure white.
Zone System - Wikipedia
The gentleman on the other forum is confused. There are simply 11 zones from pure white to pure black.
On that same page is a link to news of another new film camera which is more likely to materialize:
Ilford brings back the point-and-shoot 35mm...
I think you are underexposing.
What paper are you using?
Keep Durst and EL-Nikkor 50mm and sell the rest
levy process camera - Google Search
Look up Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession
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