K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc. - 480.250.3990
Can I contact K. B. Canham by e-mail? Yes - email@example.com
Can I order Kodak™ film directly from K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc.? Yes. We are an authorized Kodak™ film distributor.
Are the bellows infrared tight? Yes
How quickly can I get a camera? Some dealers keep an inventory of Canham Cameras. If you cannot find a dealer with the specific product you need, we can usually supply the item to the dealer within 2 weeks or less, unless otherwise stated on the web page. Many of our standard cameras are available within a day or two to ship.
What if my Canham camera needs to be repaired? We ask that you contact the dealer that you purchased the camera from first. They may be able to help you. If you need to contact us, please do so by telephone before sending in a camera for repairs at 1.480.250.3990. Frequently repairs can be completed in three days or less. A standard clean and adjust costs $135.00 plus the cost of parts, shipping and insurance.
How do I fold my camera or operate the 6x17 roll film back? You can find instructions below.
DLC245 and DLC45
Small Wood Cameras
Large Wood Cameras
6x17 Roll Film Back
What are the specifications for the film holders your larger cameras take? For all film holders that have an ANSI specifications that is the size we format the cameras on. For all other sizes here is a spec sheet.
Does K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc. accept credit cards/Paypal? Yes and No. We do accept credit cards now via a company called Wave. We do not use Paypal. We chose Wave because they gave us the best rates for the customer, therefore allowing us to keep costs down.
Can K. B. Canham Cameras, Inc. order Ultra Large Format (ULF) Kodak™ films? Yes. The Kodak film page contains all that information.
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Last updated 05/29/2015