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    A couple of big ones

    http://www.shorpy.com/node/22418
    Click on the photo for an enlarged view.
    I calculate the one on the bottom to be about 40", f/10 or so.

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    Re: A couple of big ones

    Pretty ingenious. The rotating trunnion seems to move like an equatorial mount for the two massive cameras. And the bench vice and single floor leg look like the only supports for the whole assembly.

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    Re: A couple of big ones

    really cool, I wonder if the image(s) they made are available.

    I was hoping it would be here: http://mlso.hao.ucar.edu/hao-eclipse-archive.php#y1869
    ~nicholas
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