Replacement Range Hood Filter : Hozelock Pond Filters
Replacement Range Hood Filter
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Broan Model BPS1FA30 Range Hood Filter - 11-3/4" X 14-1/4" X 3/8" - Fits Broan Allure QS1, NuTone Allure WS1, Sears 5260 - 30" series Includes center mount pull tab on long side of filter for easy removal Replaces Broan, Nutone part number 99010299E Single FIlter is Broan Part # S99010308 / 99010308 Also replaces GE # WB02X10709 This is a geniune OEM Broan-Nutone Part Attributes: Contains an aluminum foil pad between two pieces of expanded aluminum. Usage: This washable aluminum filter is used in ducted and ductless range hoods and microwave ovens to remove grease from the air. Maintenance: We recommend that the filter be washed as often as required to prevent grease build up and a resultant decrease in air flow. Soak in a solution of hot water and degreaser for 10-20 minutes. Agitate gently to remove loosened grease. A residue of grease on the filter after washing is acceptable as this helps retain grease.
Hasselblad 500 EL/M
Manufactured by Victor Hasselblad Aktiebolag, Goteborg, Sweden
Model: body: 1982, (produced between 1971-84)
SLR medium format film camera, with motor drive,
film: 120 roll, picture size: 6x6cm, or 6x4.5 format with special magazine
Plate on top of the camera: Hasselblad
Plate on the left side of the camera: 500EL/M
Lens: Carl Zeiss Sonnar 250mm f/5.6, chrome finish, auto-diaphragm,
Mount: special bayonet, filter thread: 50mm , serial no.4867711, producing date: 1968
Aperture: f/5.6 - f/45, setting: ring and scale on the lens
Engraving on the lens: Lens Made in West-Germany
**The standard lens of this camera was Carl Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.8
Lens release: by a knob on front of the camera, beside the lover right side of the lens; the lens can be remowed only when the motor drive selector on "O" or "A". Important: when mounting the lens its shutter must be cocked, the simple way to cock shutter is to insert a coin into the slot on the cocking shaft of the lens and turn to clockwise. Attention that the two red dots must be opposite.
Focusing: via Fresnel matte screen, ring and distance scale on the lens,
w/ two movable DOF indicators
Diaphragm knob on the lens for checking DOF on the ground-glass screen
Focus range: for this lens: 2.5-60m +inf
Shutter: Synchro- Compur (F.Deckel), central leaf shutter in the lens,
speeds: 1-1/500 +B, setting: ring and scale on the lens
Exposure value system: aperture and speeds move together with the lock catch on the lens; 2-18 EV index, red scale numbers and locking catch on the lens; un-lock the catch for manuel settings
Shutter release: a silver button on the front right side of the camera
Remote release socket: for radio control or a special cable release, above the shutter release button
Winding and cocking: by Built-in motor-drive only, the shutter in the lens is cocked by means of the cocking shaft on the body
Motor drive settings: dial on the right side of the camera
O = Single shot normal mode
S = mirror pre-release
A = continual motor-drive mode as long as shutter button is held down
AS = continual motor drive + mirror held up between frames
SR = mirror pre-release and mirror is held up after shutter release (for the 60mm Biogon and some other lenses with deep lens rear projection)
Mirror: instant return type by motor drive
L O T selector lever: for time exposures, on the right lover side of the camera
Frame counter: a window on the right side of the magazine w/ a smal signal window, white: the camera is ready, red: the film is not advanced
Viewfinder: Waist level finder, Fresnell lens and grainless ground-glass screen,
w/ central cross , w/ black lines for 6x4.5 format; hood opens by a catch on top of the hood, w/ fine focusing magnifier; focusing hood and screen are interchangeable
Flash PC socket: fully sync, on the lens, select M X V by the lever after moving the catch on the lens forward just beside it
Self-timer: by M X V selector lever on the lens, set to V
Fitting for accessory items: on the left side of the camera, w/ a stamping "500 EL/M, Made in Sveden by Victor Hasselblad"
Back cover: as an interchangeable film magazine, w/ a memory dial, removes by a latch on top of the magazine
Film loading: Pull-out the film loading part from the camera via turning the un-lock lever on left side of the magazine; load the film to take-up spool; film advance pop-up lever on the right side of the magazine, turn it until zero appears in the frame counter window
Caution: Before the replacement of the standard film magazine the dark slidemust be mounted in its slot; when taking the picture pull-out away the dark slide. Shutter release do not work when the dark slide is in its slot. The slot is on the left side of the camera.
Tripod socket: 1/4'', on the bottom of the camera
Batteries: two 3V Ni-Cad rechargeable battery, serial connection. If necessary only one battery can drive the motor, (not manufacturing anymore). Motor drive can work with 9V.
There are many adapters in the market for 9V alkaline or L1424 Lithium CR-P2 batteries.
9V battery in an adapter takes approx. 800 shots or more .
Battery compartment: on the lover left side of the camera , opens by the latch on it, there is a 1.6 amp fuse in it also
DIN type connector: on the right lover side of the camera, for mains power, with an adaptor 500mA at 6VDC, and the internal batteries must be removed
Note: This DIN socket also can be used as a remote control socket by a special device.
On/off switch: none
Body: metal, Weight: body: 1424g wo/ batteries; lens: 922g
serial no. RH 1323751
Body dating: First two letters of the seial number show the manufacturing year, as to this chart: V=1 H=2 P=3 I=4 C=5 T=6 U=7 R=8 E=9 S=0
so, my EL/M body manufacturing date is 1982.
New Lens-Tokina 11-16 f/2.8
Another addition to the family the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8, I did some test exposures with these is ridiculous sick/awesome lens, ultra wide but the range is limited but it doesn't bother me a bit, pretty sharp @ f/2.8, so far the lens is as good as the review have said...probably a replacement for the 85mm yeah right hahahahaha
Manual Mode-WB-White fluorescent, ISO-100 (Lo1), Shutter Speed-1/1.5s, Aperture-f/2.8, Lens-AF Nikkor 85mm f/1.4D IF aka Sakura, Focal length-@ 85mm, Filter-Heliopan UV SH-PMC MC-77mm, Metering Mode-Spot, Camera-Nikon D90 aka Nikki, Flash-not used/used low light, Tripod-Manfrotto 190XPROB w/322RC2 Grip Ball & Head, Trigger-Manually
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