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    Hasselpin

    Bought a body cap for my 500C and setted up a .3 mm ems aperture in it.
    Cool thing is that you can even frame if using the chimney finder - with lots of light- and choose to shot with a lens mid roll!
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    Re: Hasselpin

    Interesting! I've seen advertising for pinholes to put on cameras but never have seen any results. Did you calculate the f/stop of your aperture or take a lucky guess?

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    Re: Hasselpin

    I use a constant of 1,56 in my calcs , O,3 mm aperture to 67mm F.L., which is pretty close to the focal lenght of the "Hasselpin", i.e. 73mm.
    Results seems nice to me.

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    Re: Hasselpin

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo de Oliveira View Post
    I use a constant of 1,56 in my calcs , O,3 mm aperture to 67mm F.L., which is pretty close to the focal lenght of the "Hasselpin", i.e. 73mm.
    Results seems nice to me.
    Thank you! You did get some nice results.

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    Re: Hasselpin

    Quote Originally Posted by jbenedict View Post
    Thank you! You did get some nice results.
    I agree, best use of the body cap ever...

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    Re: Hasselpin

    Quote Originally Posted by djdister View Post
    I agree, best use of the body cap ever...
    and the body cap does a nice job capping the body except for a tiny hole in the middle of it

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