supply glass for many of the Nikon film holders.
is Nikons 120mm glass film holder. Our
AN and clear glass is a direct replacement of the existing glass.
AN glass replaces the top sheet of glass. Place the film in the
holder, emulsion down, and close the top. Most of our customers do not
find it necessary to use a mask or film stickers when using our glass in
the FH869G holder.
glass part numbers for this holder are FH869GAN (AN glass) and FH869GCLR
is Nikons glassless film holder. Many
of our customers have adapted this holder for use with glass.
use our glass with the LS-8000 glassless holder you first need to remove
the film hold downs from the holder. This is done using small jewelers
screw driver or knife blade. The
hold down hinges are held in place by small “bumps” on the hinge
arms, which insert into small holes in the base.
Place the screwdriver blade between the hinge arm and holder base
then gently bend the hinge arm in. The
bump will easily come out of its’ hole and release the hinge.
removing the hold downs, use a sheet of clear glass on the bottom, place
the film emulsion down, and the AN glass on top, etched side down. You
may want to use a small amount of tape to hold this assembly in place.
customers use only a single sheet of AN glass in this holder.
They put the film in the base down and the AN glass on
top, etched side down. This
more closely places the film in the same focal plane as when the holder
is used without glass.
glass part numbers for this holder are FH869SAN (AN glass) and FH869SCLR
holder is used for medium format film and is designed to adjust the
angle of the film +/-5%. This helps in aligning a horizon in panoramic film
for example. Our glass replaces the top sheet of glass.
Nikon recommends that you use their supplied film mask to mount
your film. Then place it in the holder emulsion down and close the top.
glass part numbers for this holder are FH869GRAN (AN glass) and
FH869GRCLR (clear glass)
holder is used to scan strips of 35mm film and is designed to be used
without glass. Some
customers have modified the holder to use a piece of AN glass on top of
the film to hold it more flat than the original design allows.
glass in this holder requires removing the plastic top half of the film
holder. Once removed the
film is placed in the bottom half of the holder, emulsion down.
Then AN glass is placed on top etched side down.
The holder housing can then be closed and film scanned.
The frame stops which are built into this holder will still
part numbers for this holder are FH835AN and FH835CLR.
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