What fun would it be without the gadgets? See in the dark, process films and papers conveniently without a darkroom.
The Infrared Chamber: How to see, measure, cut, paste and work in total darkness on all types of films, except IR films. Buy this selected camera and light source.
8x10 processor. Why spend all that money on a broken Polaroid processor when you can get nearly the same result like this?
Stirring, mixing and keeping kit
Rollers, squishers and squeegees
Raw materials, and processed materials. Some are simple, and some are simply "unobtanium". If we can get it, here it is. Want an opaque black material? How about a near perfect DTR emulsion on 4x5 film?
100 speed 4x5 DTR film by the sheet
Our special black masking tape for making your own instant sleeves
Blotter transfer paper
Direct Positive Paper that is almost 4x5
Some people call it "chemistry". Our chemicals are ordinary chemicals of the correct variety, and with an MSDS for every one. Some, like sodium carbonate, are the same as you get in dish detergent, only better. Others are a little unusual. All require sane and safe use by adults.
New55 FILM's famous R3 Monobath (taken from the even more famous Donald Quall's formula). 24oz bottle in a ready to use solution. Shipping to US only. Link to The Monobath
Amazing gooey methyl cellulose for making paste, reagents and diffusion transfer reversal. 2oz makes about a gallon.
New55 fixer. Replaces hard to find sodium sulfite and works better.
Put the price list here.
The glass is wonderful and appears to have a multicoating on it! I cannot tell for sure but the color of the coating does appear to be of a later variety, and it is defect-free, with no cleaning marks and certainly no scratches. It is clean, and clear, with some evidence of the usual yellowing of the thorium elements, lightened some after a short exposure to some short wave light, and probably destined to go lighter still.
Yes, I know this is twice what the regular AEs go for. If you want the best, this may be for you. Call at the lab for more information (you can get the number here) or email me via the same route.
This lens is SOLD. I hated to let it go, as I am sure I will never see another, but it is going to a good home. Thank you for supporting New55!
Posted by Bob Crowley at 12:04 PM
Lovely Waterbury Scovill 10" lens in excellent original condition, original surface finish, glass clear and unmarked, and smooth working rotary stops. Comes with screw in mounting flange. I will mount this onto a Pacemaker style lens board for an additional $25 so you can enjoy this antique single element meniscus with your focal plane shutter.
Realistically priced at $300. Shipping to US locations $12 via UPS only.
All proceeds go to support the development of New55 FILM
Submit $312 (lens+shipping) or $337 (lens + lensboard + shipping) to firstname.lastname@example.org
It's easy: Go to paypal.com and select "send payment". Follow the instructions and use a credit card or your own paypal account. Paypal is a safe and convenient way to conduct this transaction.
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|nice original condition|
Posted by Bob Crowley at 3:15 PM
From California, LA no less, so we know it was influenced by something like grip equipment.
The bellows is actually "new" - I had a new one put on just before I found my Pacemaker.
The Brand View is bound to impress visitors and produces a perfectly good projected image onto film for making of real photographs.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 11:01 AM