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    runs a monkey grinder Steve M Hostetter's Avatar
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    safe haven for tiny formats

    Hello,,, post your 35mm, 6x4.5, 6x6, 6x7,6x9,6x12, DSLR, p&s, half frame, 110, 126, and any other non-LF size I didn't mention..

    So don't be shy,,, we know you have em

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Hasselblad 501C, 80mm lens.



    Scanned with my brand new Epson V750!

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    35mm. myanmar
    My YouTube Channel has many interesting videos on Soft Focus Lenses and Wood Cameras. Check it out.

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    two more 35mm. myanmar again
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    rb 67 hand held 250mm. 800 and 400 ASA. (portraits. tripod on the landscape 100asa)
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    A mix of D200 and Fuji S3 Pro.... The panos in this case are stitched..

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    some wonderful images keep em comin

    first: D200 w/ bellows/ 4 extention tubes and 105mm lens
    second: D200 300mm 4.0 Nikkor
    third: D200 12-24 DX
    last: customer used a p&s , thats me w/ back turned

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Mamiya 645 1000s on FP4+, printed to 8x10 on MGWT in hot Lith.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrydesk View Post
    Mamiya 645 1000s on FP4+, printed to 8x10 on MGWT in hot Lith.

    awesome!
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    Month or so old now...



    645, I think it was a Bronica, might have been Mamiya (whatever camera had been left in the studio when I finished my 5x4 sheets that day)

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