Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by Mike Gammill, Sep 9, 2021.
In Waiting for Giants, it looks like old wagon wheel hubs were used for the bases of the front legs.
You're quite right. I didn't notice that until I'd scanned the negs!
Meanwhile, here are a few images from the Nikon F-601's I pictured over in the "What camera..." thread. The lens was the Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5 and the film was Arista EDU Ultra 100 developed in PMK Pyro.
@ 9 AM
Fuji DL100 Kodak Double X
Learning to fish. Nikon F2, 105/2.5, FP4+. Buceo dock, Montevideo 2018.
I was given a V700 recently, but did not get the power adapter (nor the scanning frames). Bought a 'compatible' adapter......didn't fit grrrr.....
Try Best Buy if you live near one.
Unfortunately we don't have that chain of stores here. I did visit a local shop, but any plugs they had had the same problem, where the central pin in the plug is too thick for the socket in the scanner.
Rick- if you can get the right voltage you might could have a custom plug made. That's too nice a scanner to not use.
Here's some Townsend, TN photos shot recently. Olympus 35 RC. Zuiko 45 mm/f.2.8. Shot at 1/125, F8.
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