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help, new problem: can;t get the ground glass back on the camera.



 
 
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Old September 22nd 04, 04:03 AM
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Default help, new problem: can;t get the ground glass back on the camera.



I think is something I'm just going to have to get my teacher to help
me with, only now I've got the same problem about meeting the
homework deadline.

I can't figure out how to get it back on the camera. I did't really
mean to take it off in the first pace. I was trying to get the
viewfinder off the ground glass, and inadvertently took the
glass off with it.

It's probably stupidly simple, but I am not getting it. I can get
the hooks back into the slots, but I can't get the glass back to
lay flat on the camera at all.


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Old September 23rd 04, 06:32 PM
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I think is something I'm just going to have to get my
teacher to help
me with, only now I've got the same problem about meeting
the
homework deadline.

I can't figure out how to get it back on the camera. I
did't really
mean to take it off in the first pace. I was trying to
get the
viewfinder off the ground glass, and inadvertently took
the
glass off with it.

It's probably stupidly simple, but I am not getting it. I
can get
the hooks back into the slots, but I can't get the glass
back to
lay flat on the camera at all.

If this is a serious question please post some other
details.
What kind of camera is this?
What do you mean by getting the viewfinder off the ground
glass?

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Richard Knoppow
Los Angeles, CA, USA



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Old September 23rd 04, 06:32 PM
Richard Knoppow
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I think is something I'm just going to have to get my
teacher to help
me with, only now I've got the same problem about meeting
the
homework deadline.

I can't figure out how to get it back on the camera. I
did't really
mean to take it off in the first pace. I was trying to
get the
viewfinder off the ground glass, and inadvertently took
the
glass off with it.

It's probably stupidly simple, but I am not getting it. I
can get
the hooks back into the slots, but I can't get the glass
back to
lay flat on the camera at all.

If this is a serious question please post some other
details.
What kind of camera is this?
What do you mean by getting the viewfinder off the ground
glass?

--
---
Richard Knoppow
Los Angeles, CA, USA



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Old September 23rd 04, 07:15 PM
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On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 10:32:36 -0700, "Richard Knoppow"
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If this is a serious question please post some other
details.


What made you think it might not be serious????


What kind of camera is this?
What do you mean by getting the viewfinder off the ground
glass?


It's a 4x4 calumet.

It had some kind of back on it that let you see the image
righ t side up. I took it off because it made it harder to
check the focus of hte whole image.

It;s ok, I took it down to larry the lab guy at school, and
it even took him a while to figure it out, but he got it back
on the camera.



 




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