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Modern alternatives to Grafmatic film holder?

Erik Asgeirsson , Nov 12, 2001; 07:57 p.m.

Is there anything currently manufactured comparable to the Grafmatic sheet film holders, aside from Quickloads or Readyloads?

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Quang-Tuan Luong , Nov 12, 2001; 08:40 p.m.

The only one currently manufactured is Fuji's quickchange.

Josh Root , Nov 12, 2001; 09:08 p.m.

Though I don't use one, I do know that Fuji doesn't import the Quickchange into the US (as far as I am aware). But you can get it from <A HREF="http://www.robertwhite.co.uk/accessories.htm#LabelQuickchange">Robert White</A> in the UK. He is very honest and good to deal with. <P> I suspect that you could also get it through <A HREF="http://www.teamworkphoto.co.uk">www.teamworkphoto.co.uk</A>, another very good UK photographic supply place. <P> For more opinions, you might try the <A HREF="http://hv.greenspun.com/bboard/q-and-a.tcl?topic=Large%20format%20photography">Large Format Discussion board</A>.

paul owen , Nov 13, 2001; 05:18 p.m.

Erik, Check out robert White's site at www.robertwhite.co.uk and scroll through "new products". There is an in depth report on the Quickchange.

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