The Sinar Norma CLA Text Guide
An illustrated description of how to CLA a 4×5 Sinar Norma camera.
The Sinar Norma CLA Video Guide
Read about this video guide.
To use the Sinar Norma CLA Video Guide, watch each one of the videos below in order. Click on the large number to the left of each chapter description to download that chapter’s video. This page links you to each chapter of the video and lets your computer figure out how to play it. VLC and Quicktime will both do a fine job of playing these videos.
If you would like to download the entire video guide in one fell swoop, there are four ways you can do so! Here’s the list:
- Download an ISO (a full digital copy of the full DVD) of the Sinar Norma CLA Video Guide using Bittorrent. This is an 8GB file! Download this torrent file and use a bittorrent client to download the ISO. Then use something like VLC to play the ISO file on your computer.
- Directly download the ISO of the video guide using your web browser. Click here to download the 8GB file.
- Download a compressed version of the video guide using Bittorrent. This is a 1.5GB download. Download this torrent file and use a bittorrent client to download the compressed version of the video guide. Then use something like VLC to play the ISO file on your computer.
- Directly download a compressed version of the video guide using your web browser. Click here to download part 1, and click here to download part 2.
And if you would like to download one chapter at a time, use these links:
via The Sinar Norma CLA Guide – Philip Morgan dot net.
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As an avid ‘still-closet-but-probably-not-anymore-for-long’ Sinar Norma fan, I stumbled upon this FANTASTIC video with all the steps to CLA these wondrous mono-rail cameras!!
As these cameras can be picked up ‘for a song’, there are obvious pitfalls to look out for – and seing these components from the inside was exceedingly instructive indeed!!
Thank you ever so much!!
Best greetings from a Leica M-brother in Cologne –