HINTS & TIPS

 Various Hints

There are no hints at this time. Please send hints and tips you come across to info@phsc.ca and we will include them here.

 Resources

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    Submitting Information

The page is provided for the free exchange of reference information on all aspects of photographic history including restoration tips, image restoration, camera repairs, etc. Send your reference information tips via e-mail to info@phsc.ca. Include the word reference in the subject area. Please be as brief as possible. We may edit a request or response at our discretion.

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    BOOKS

    Reference Books

I have posted a separate list of reference books. The list provides publishing information plus a brief description.

    Instruction Manuals

John Craig has collected photographica for decades. He stocks over 8,000 different factory instruction manuals. He also publishes a 3 volume Daguerreian Registry of pre 1860 photographers operating in the States. You can e-mail John at john@craigcamera.com or browse his inventory at http://www.craigcamera.com. Of course you can resort to older technology and call John at 1 860 496-9791 (fax 1 860 496-0664) or write him at PO Box 1637, Torrington, CT 06790 USA.

www.cameramanualsstore.com
Camera Manual Store This site features reprints of a huge selection of camera manuals both user and repair.



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    EQUIPMENT

    Collectable Cameras and Lenses Photo List

Robert Pins released his 137th photo list of collectable cameras and lenses in November 1996. I have been the recipient of this list for over ten years now. Robert has something for everyone at reasonable prices. Goods are shipped promptly on receipt of payment. My purchases have always arrived well wrapped and in excellent condition. If you would like to receive a copy of his Photo List, drop him a line:

Robert G. Pins
10 John Circle
PO Box 406
Norwood, NJ 07648
USA
FAX: 1 201 784-2040(day) / 1 201 767-0028 (night)

   
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    REPAIRS

   Camera Repairs

    Leica Repairs and Advice

David Yau David worked for Wild-Leitz in camera repair for fifteen years. He is factory trained, and has visited Wetzlar many times. He specializes in the repair of all Leica cameras and lenses. If you have any questions about using Leica equipment, deciding which accessories work with which cameras, or need to have a camera or lens cleaned or repaired, e-mail David in Toronto at d.yau@rogers.com.

    Leica Repairs

Dave Eve Dave is well known to many members of the PHSC. He specializes in the repair of rangefinder Leica cameras and lenses. Contact him at any evening at 1 416 845-3708, or write him at 1304 Forest Hill, Oakville, ON L6H 2S4. Or by e-mail at dreve@sprint.ca

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    MISCELLANEOUS

    Archival Supplies

Philippe Maurice offers a supply of archival storage materials for safely storing your images and papers whether they are collectables or valued family records. Write him at:

Philippe Maurice
200 Hidden Spring Cir NW
Calgary, AB T3A 5H4
Canada

Or phone him at 1 403 274-5255 to receive a catalogue. He asks that you include a nominal fee of $3.50 to cover shipping and printing costs. Philippe also has the first two volumes of a listing of Photographers of Western Canada available. These books are based on period advertisements from Western papers.

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