Manual or instructions required

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Waltzing Paul
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Manual or instructions required

Postby Waltzing Paul » 20 Jul 2013, 18:29

Hi, could do with a copy of the manual for a Horseman 6x9 rollfilm back for 4x5 cameras.
They seem to be non-existant on the Internet unless you pay for a copy.
Any help appreciated.
Paul

The pictures you want tomorrow, you have to take today". - Anonymous - Kodak advertisement

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Waltzing Paul
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Re: Manual or instructions required

Postby Waltzing Paul » 24 Jul 2013, 22:45

Well, finally tracked down a copy of the instructions and I am now familiar with the workings of the roll film back.
In fact loaded it and took 6 shots yesterday down at the local park (my first 4x5 outing).
I'll let you all know how they came out when I get them processed and printed.
Paul

The pictures you want tomorrow, you have to take today". - Anonymous - Kodak advertisement

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Re: Manual or instructions required

Postby Photomark » 28 Aug 2013, 10:19

How did the back work out ?

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Waltzing Paul
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Re: Manual or instructions required

Postby Waltzing Paul » 22 Sep 2013, 22:54

The back worked just great on my Kardan Super Colour.
Negatives came out good and now I've still to scan them in and see the result on the computer screen.
A couple of weeks ago I bought rhe Epson V700 scanner.
But then immediately went on a 9 day bushwalk with 4 friends so haven't really had much time to get to grips with it.
If any of the photos come out good I might put a copy or two up on the forum.
Paul

The pictures you want tomorrow, you have to take today". - Anonymous - Kodak advertisement


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