Thanks Chuck, that sounds like a good workable way to do it. I don't actually
need to join 2 bellows together, just seem to remember seeing a photo somewhere
where this had been done.
> Chuck Norcutt <chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think the easiest way to gain extra extension would be to modify a
> slide copier attachment for the bellows. It already has provision for
> attaching to and sliding along the rail and provides its own bellows for
> the required extension.
> After slipping the slide holder off and unscrewing its two guideways
> you're left with a flat surface with a rectangular hole. I should think
> you could screw a lens mount from an old body onto that surface. I'm
> not sure whether the 35mm frame size hole would need to be opened up or
> not. The slide copier bellows wants to attach to a 49mm filter size
> lens tube. A junker lens mount and barrel could provide the requisite
> parts. I think it's doable with careful hand work (no machine shop
> required although that might help). With care in the modification the
> normal function of the slide copier should be restorable by unscrewing
> he lens mount and reattaching the two guideways with their screws.
> Chuck Norcutt
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