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    Re: New 'Affordable' 8x10 camera

    At that price difference i can't imagine the basic version without a proper focussing mechanism will be a big seller.
  2. Re: Epson V800 2400ppi Only After Down Sampling From 6400ppi

    Just a simple downscale in GIMP.
  3. Re: Epson V800 2400ppi Only After Down Sampling From 6400ppi

    I would not be surprised if this is true, it seems the limitation with many of these scanners is the optics. Quite some other scanners have the same issue.

    For 35mm have a Plustek 8200 scanner and...
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    Re: Macro Lenses for LF

    I've been doing some 5x4 macro work with Rodenstock APO Rodagon's front mounted on a Copal 1 Press, so far i've used the 50 and 105mm and at macro distances both cover 5x4.

    Sharpness is excellent,...
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    Re: Front mounting enlarger lenses.

    The ones i have are in Leica 39 Thread, what shutter adapter combinations for those exist?

    Taping over the illuminated aperture light inlet is a good point, i hadn't thought of that yet.
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    Front mounting enlarger lenses.

    Hi,

    I have a selection of apo rodagons and i'd be curious to try them out for macro work.

    What are my options for front mounting them on a shutter? I dont want to modify or permanently mount...
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    Re: Lens to produce vignetted images on 4x5

    Oh thats lovely, how large is the image circle that the Lubitel lens puts out?
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    Re: Lens to produce vignetted images on 4x5

    Wideangles intended for 6x9?
  9. Re: Compagnon "the backpack" for Linhof Technika equipment: recommendable?

    A bit less flashy, but for me the Lowepro Protactic 450AW works really well:


    https://i.imgur.com/OswVdDY.jpg

    Fits my Shenhao TZ45-IIA, 180/5.6, 90/8 and 300/9, 6 holders, accessories etc....
  10. Re: Can a Sirui T-024X or T-025X support an Intreprid 4x5?

    I have a T-024X and have used it with a Shenhao 5x4, it can hold the camera still enough for taking the shot but its fiddly when adjusting the camera.

    When manipulating the camera (inserting film...
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    Re: Fresh dry plates in a variety of sizes

    I've been going through ebay the last week to find some, but i have to admit i'm also a bit puzzled by which ones to get... suggestions welcome!
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    Re: Fresh dry plates in a variety of sizes

    ....thats a interesting company name
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    my plates arrived all the way here in Finland! Hurray!
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    Re: Computer Technology

    Yeah, good point :-)

    As for the DRAM, you are missing a couple in DIP, ZIP (aargh!) and SIPP packages!
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    Re: Where to have shutters serviced in Europe?

    You can also try Wil van Maanen in the Netherlands

    https://www.kamera-service.info/index.php/en/
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    Re: Computer Technology

    Instead of a 9V battery you could try a small wallwart DC adapter
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    Re: Computer Technology

    BSD2.11 is still the cutest little piece of daemon flavored UNIX ever :-)
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    Thanks!

    I kinda guessed any Orange/Red darkroom light would be okay but i thought to double check first.
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    Do you have any directions for which safelights are fine for your emulsion?
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    Re: Fresh 4" x 5" dry plates

    I'm in Finland (Close enough to the arctic i suppose :D ), i'll try to shoot atleast 2 plates in the winter weather here. (once the actual winter starts....it seems to be lame)
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    Re: Transgender Exhibition in NYC

    Interesting subject, hope you have success with your exhibit :-)
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    Re: Paper For Contact Printing

    Adox Lupex is about 2.5 times as expensive per sheet as most other papers, one gets quite a bit more practice out of their money that way.....
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    Re: Paper For Contact Printing

    I'm happy with my contact prints on simple Ilford RC MGIV and FB Classic, RC is cheap enough to experiment at will.
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    Re: Ebay - lenses from Japan

    The description of that item says it has mold in the optics that would explain its low price.

    Otherwise, yes japanese sellers are very honest, reliable and the prices are good.
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    Re: Rezivot Instax Back !!FINALLY LIVE!!

    I'm not 100% sure i read this correctly but the writing seems to imply that for the Instax Wide back to fit on a Graflock mount you need to remove the original locking mechanism from a 405 back.
    ...
  26. Re: ND grad filters for 8x10 and the tale of 3 bears

    For Large Format the thing to beware with is vignetting that the filter holder might cause, the catch to test for is vignetting when at full rise/shift as you might not actually see vignetting with...
  27. Re: Photographer's Formulary 8x10 Contact Print Frame

    I have a Paterson proof printer of a similiar design and i've found it to work really well. glass isn't sharp and clamps down very solidly.

    This one:...
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    Re: CL81 alternative

    I dont have a Jobo processor but would like to pick up 8x10, any idea if this would be suitable for hand inversion processing? Also what would be the smallest Jobo 2800/2500 tank that can fit this?
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    Re: Travelling to The Hague

    Thing to keep in min is that the Netherlands is absolutely tiny, has a great train network and going from Den Haag to any of the other cities in the randstad-area is less then an hours travel.
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  30. Re: Tmax 100 development and Scanning issue ( Silverfast )

    I've had exactly the same issue with scanning 35mm TMAX100 developed in TMAX developer, i'd be curious to see comments on scanning this film.....
  31. Re: Black and a White emulsion error that I'd love to duplicated

    a picture of the negative would help :-)
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    Re: Happy MOD54 users?

    I have always only developed 6 sheets in one go as this is most efficient chemistry wise (you need 1L of solution)
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    Re: new to the format

    a more practical lens solution for your wista might be a budget lens in shutter, you can get a nice 150/5.6 for <200$
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    Re: Happy MOD54 users?

    I have been very happy with mine, my development regime is Ilford FP4 at ISO100 developed in Rodinal at 1:25 for 9 minutes at 20C. 30 seconds initial agitation and then 1 gentle inversion every...
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    Re: July 2017 portrait thread

    I shot several rolls of Pancro in 35mm and found it to be a very long curve film with gentle contrast, your (lovely!) portrait is quite contrasty though, how did you develop/print?
  36. Re: Specification Sheets for Arista EDU Ultra?

    Its the same film as Fomapan, so look up their datasheets.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    http://i.imgur.com/WpG3b1L.jpg

    Leica Summilux 80 on Ektar 100
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    Re: Largesense or Nonsense?

    semiconductors mostly become cheaper due to becoming smaller (there's some other things that made 35mm sensors drop in price such as single shot 36x24 steppers but that's trailing off...).

    A large...
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    Re: Largesense or Nonsense?

    6.7 Megapixels for the 5x5 and 12 for the 8x11 model, its hard to imagine that this would be appealing to many people....
  40. Re: Best easy to use tank for developing 4x5 sheets

    Everyone is different, personally i find my MOD54 to be super easy to load.
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