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Mounting the Bolex Moller 16/32/1.5x


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So...Redstan does not make a ring for this lens currently, and I would need him to make a custom adapter?

 

I confess I haven't tried the rubber ring solution yet, I am still a little confused as to how it would help my problem given that if I am still able to rotate the adapter to where it needs to be with the rubber ring in place, it's not really tight enough for me to be able to focus without issues of it sliding around.

 

tferradans: you emailed Redstan and he told you simply that he was sold out? (ie not that he could make a custom adapter to order for presumably the Â£45.00 rate listed on his website)

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tferradans: you emailed Redstan and he told you simply that he was sold out? (ie not that he could make a custom adapter to order for presumably the Â£45.00 rate listed on his website)

 

actually, he told me he still has a few in stock, but doesn't wanna sell them, just trade. He asked me about clay pots (I'm from Brazil, and these pots are quite common in some regions), but I can't find any the he likes, so, I'm thinking of just selling my 8/19/1.5x. :P

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actually, he told me he still has a few in stock, but doesn't wanna sell them, just trade. He asked me about clay pots (I'm from Brazil, and these pots are quite common in some regions), but I can't find any the he likes, so, I'm thinking of just selling my 8/19/1.5x. :P

 

My efforts to trade with Redstan for a clamp have thus far not met with success. Does anybody know of an alternative that would work with this lens?

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