I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right location, but we'll start here and see if it gets re-directed. First, a large and heartfelt thanks to all the folks who have supported the "Light Seal Project" over the years. Even though film use is waning, I now see a larger percentage of people using film who are interested in maintaining and repairing their cameras than ever before. People from all over the world, male and female, young and not so young...and this is encouraging in my opinion. I'm in the midst of re-negotiating the contract with the foam company now. And in case anyone in the audience is looking for a career change, being an importer isn't nearly as glamorous as the B. L. Mellinger comic book advertisements we used to read as kids made it out to be.
As I hope you know, many of the instructions I've written are hosted here: http://www.kyphoto.com/classics/sealreplacement.html
However, there are some newer ones which have not been posted
, and you can request a pdf file of those by sending me an e:mail (Jon_Goodman@yahoo.com will work). Here is a list of the newer ones:
Olympus 35 SP
Olympus 35 RC
Olympus 35 EC
Mamiya RB67 (camera body and film back)
and there may be another one or two I've forgotten.
I hope this is helpful. The top three are responses to requests I've received from some folks here. Take care and best regards,