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  1. Re: SINARon vs Sironar lenses and “DB” shutters

    Yes. The SE focal lengths are 135/150/180/210/240/300/360.
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    Re: Do not forget to close old FS listings...

    Jerry, thanks for going to the trouble to tidy up. Wish our software weren't so klunky... < sigh >
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    Re: Do not forget to close old FS listings...

    If you go into the FS subforum and click on "Thread Starter" (upper left) the index will be rearranged according to the first letter of the username. You can then use the "Page" menu at the lower...
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    Re: Do not forget to close old FS listings...

    To elaborate on what I wrote in the initial post in this thread, the benefit of using the vBulletin "close" function rather than simply saying "closed" or "sold" within the thread is that the thread...
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    Re: Schneider Super Angulon 72mm

    Schneider specifies coverage for the 72 SA XL as 166mm at full aperture.
  6. Re: Posting an article from Adobe Acrobat DC?

    It opened here with no problem. (Yay!)

    EDIT - no problem, think I'll just leave up this thread as it is in the right place and it may help someone if this question comes up again. Thanks for...
  7. Re: Posting an article from Adobe Acrobat DC?

    Our vBulletin version says you can attach pdf's up to 1.43MB to a post. How large is it?
  8. Re: Posting an article from Adobe Acrobat DC?

    What's the file extension?
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    Re: Toyo VX125 Ultra Flex Bellows Repair

    The VX125 is specified for lenses down to the 58 SA XL with a flat board and 45 with a recessed board.
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    Re: Toyo VX125 Ultra Flex Bellows Repair

    The question is whether Custom Bellows can match the characteristics of the VX125 original bellows, which is specified to allow an unusual degree of flexibility at short extensions. That was part of...
  11. Re: Aerials: 125-150mm sharp@ f/8 for 4x5 minimal vignetting

    Hasselblad 500EL, IIRC.
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    Let's try to stick to our usual practice. As people get their hands on the plates and start to work with them, threads/posts that are for image sharing can go into the Image Sharing subforums, while...
  13. Re: 4x5 Pinhole Thoughts - An Ill Advised Adventure

    I have the Lensless 4x5 Super Wide that B&H sells, and which you linked. It's simple, does the job, price is right. It comes with three extra pieces of wood that you want to be careful not to lose...
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    I've changed the thread title.
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    Whole Plate, if you can do it without breaking the bank.

    I still have the Eastman plate holders with film sheaths that got me started in WP long ago. It would be delicious, after all these years,...
  16. Re: Rugged Rigidity of Various 4x5 field cameras: Wista, Toyo, Horseman

    Digging into my literature collection again - here's what Wista says about the 45RF finder:

    "The finder is designed to show as much as possible and also to view the field of a 120mm wide-angle...
  17. Re: Rugged Rigidity of Various 4x5 field cameras: Wista, Toyo, Horseman

    OK, I'm up too late, so I'll weigh in first on this one too.

    Horseman 45FA or 45HD (also 45HF if you don't mind a fixed-orientation back) with handstrap will be by a fair margin the most...
  18. Re: Aerials: 125-150mm sharp@ f/8 for 4x5 minimal vignetting

    I have the 90 SA XL too - it's my ultrawide for whole plate. (*With* the CF. :)) I absolutely understand why you wouldn't want to bang that one around in a Cessna.

    Unfortunately, neither Fuji...
  19. Re: Aerials: 125-150mm sharp@ f/8 for 4x5 minimal vignetting

    Thinking wide: I have a Schneider data sheet for the 1990's-vintage Super Angulons that includes image circles for the lenses used wide open as well as for f/22. The 90mm f/8 Super Angulon is...
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    Re: Exhibition and book release in New York

    Front Room Gallery, Dec 15

    http://www.orengrad.com/LFF/_MG_6503.jpg

    http://www.orengrad.com/LFF/_MG_6506.jpg

    http://www.orengrad.com/LFF/_MG_6514.jpg
  21. Re: Nikkor SW 120mm f/8 vs Rodenstock Grandagon N 115mm f/6.8 for Chanomix 45N-2

    I have the 115 Grandagon. For me it's a very-wide for 5x7 and whole plate. IMO it's overkill for general 4x5 field work - way too much bulk and weight to lug in a 4x5 field kit unless one has a...
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    Re: INTREPID CAMERA 4X5 Gen 2 Users & Reviews

    At the OP's request, and reflecting information posted by the manufacturer of these cameras, the title of this thread has been corrected to clarify that the discussion is about the second-generation...
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    Re: Opinions on large size SLRs

    Nice discussion of the Plaubel Makiflex by Daniel Unkefer moved to the Lounge, as it's medium format per our definition.
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    Re: 150G/159Wolly/165Dagor (etc.)?

    Not that you can tell much about optical character from small jpgs of negatives made at small apertures, but FWIW I put up a couple of pictures made with the 150 Sinaron WS (Apo-Sironar-W) in the 5x7...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Nine days apart:

    http://www.orengrad.com/LFF/N57.15.1.jpg

    http://www.orengrad.com/LFF/N57.15.6.jpg

    Nagaoka 5x7, 150mm Sinaron WS (Apo-Sironar-W), HP5 Plus, V700 scans from the negatives
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    Re: A Little Out of Order

    Thanks for posting, and welcome!
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    Re: 150G/159Wolly/165Dagor (etc.)?

    I use my 150mm f/9 Computar as a wide on whole plate; it's got very generous coverage for 5x7.

    FWIW, the 150 Apo-Sironar(-W) doesn't belong in the same group as monster lenses like the 165 SA etc....
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    Re: Replacement 8x10 darkslides

    In a thread on photo.net long ago, discussing construction of film holders, Sandy King mentioned McMaster-Carr as a source for phenolic plastic sheets (branded "Garolite") that can be used for...
  29. Re: Is there a self-timer that works with the Ilex #5 shutter?

    Two versions of the Autoknips self-timer are designed to attach to the end of a cable release rather than to thread directly into a shutter or shutter release:
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  30. Stephen DiRado at the University of New Hampshire Museum of Art

    I was late in spotting this one but there are still a few weeks to go, so perhaps of interest to those within range: a retrospective show for Stephen DiRado at the UNH Museum of Art in Durham,...
  31. Re: Shutter speed sequence: when did it change?

    The transition happened more slowly in large format lenses, presumably because everyone was using the same limited range of shutters. Calumet was still selling house-brand lenses in Ilex shutters...
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    Re: ULF film stock

    Of course the real difference between Monty and me isn't how large a plate or sheet we've exposed, but that he's a master while I'm just an occasional tinkerer, still fumbling my way around. But the...
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    Re: ULF film stock

    Monty, you move the far end of the Overton window so that the rest of us who have dabbled in ULF can pretend we're sane. I've only ever gone as large as 12x20. :)
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    Re: ULF film stock

    Read this thread, no need to make Tim go through all of that again:

    http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?142293-Getting-started-in-11x14-quot
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    Re: ULF film stock

    Happy obsessing! :)
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    Re: ULF film stock

    B&H has pretty consistently kept 11x14 HP5 Plus in stock, independent of the Ilford special order period. That's where I've gotten mine. A quick check now shows it in stock at Adorama and Freestyle...
  37. Re: Jollylook - The First Cardboard Vintage Instant Camera!

    Pesky Fresnel... :)

    Looking forward to it!
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    Poll: Re: Perception of self-publishing v. publishing

    I think we may be getting in trouble here by conflating different kinds of books that are targeted at different markets. The market for books like Tuan's "Treasured Lands" is different from the...
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    Re: Mail order lab for 5x7 E6

    Edgar Praus still does 5x7 E-6:

    https://www.4photolab.com/pricing/
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    Poll: Re: Perception of self-publishing v. publishing

    I'm indifferent as to the publisher. What matters is whether the content appeals, the production values are at least adequate relative to the concept, and the price is within reason in the context...
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