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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Hello Nick, wonderful video

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    I have produced an image, but it is still getting refined. Here is a video of the progress and first image.


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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Nice refinement, Nick.
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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Not able to see the video yet but is it a 14 foot-plate? Or inch?

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Thorley: Up-date?
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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    lovely!

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    That's marvellous!! I love the Melbourne weather sound fx in the first video. V. accurate.

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Quote Originally Posted by analoguey View Post
    Not able to see the video yet but is it a 14 foot-plate? Or inch?
    It is a 14 (by 11?) inch plate. I nearly wet myself when I read 14' as well, but it is admirably well-done and documented. Definitely worth a view, and thanks for sharing it with us, Thorley!

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    A lot of work for what now appears to be a 8x10 camera.

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    Re: Ultra large format camera build filmed in time lapse

    Looks very nice, I do hope you intend on shooting some film larger than 8x10 in it! Wish I had the kind of patience required to build something like that... I intended on building an LF camera a couple of years ago.. It ended up being a wooden box with a fixed focus 90mm lens and a 4x5 graflock back... Then again I intended to build another about 6 months ago and instead I bought a Chamonix... haha.. Committed? Me? Hardly...
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