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Old December 16th, 2009, 03:20 AM
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Hey everyone. I'm new to this forum and looking for information on a camera I got from my aunt a while back. From what I've gathered it is a beattie 4x5 that was used for portrait stuff like school photos. It seems I have everything except a power cord. If anyone can help me come up with a cord so I can see if the thing works, I'd appreciate it.



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Old December 16th, 2009, 05:23 AM
Michael Fontana Michael Fontana is offline
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It looks like a ethernet-slot = RJ-45 - at the right of the first picture.

You could open the lensboard and show what's inside.
Are there two lenses? Is it a stereocam - or two shots on the same 4/5' film?

Show more Photos, please - these things arent that common...
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Old December 16th, 2009, 07:18 AM
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It looks like a ethernet-slot = RJ-45 - at the right of the first picture.

You could open the lensboard and show what's inside.
Are there two lenses? Is it a stereocam - or two shots on the same 4/5' film?

Show more Photos, please - these things arent that common...
It is a "twin lens reflex" so you'll get the one photo through one lens as you look through the other. The cord I need is the 6-pin round power cord that goes on the left side. The connector on the right is a sync cable for the flashes. I am posting up more pics.


This is the connector from the film mag to the controls on the side of the cam.


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