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    Re: Aircraft

    Nice image Reinhold. I think there's an issue with your scanner though (D-max in lower left quarter of the image).
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    Re: Ruins

    Agreed!!
  3. Re: Kang Rinpoche S 600 F11.5 (Chinese Fujinon C 600mm )

    I agree with all of the above. I'm only suggesting we express reasonable caution rather than borderline condemnation. I'm sure once a few folks try these optics the reports will trickle through. I...
  4. Re: Kang Rinpoche S 600 F11.5 (Chinese Fujinon C 600mm )

    The 'relevance' of that post has to do with Chinese quality at least sometimes being quite good. That's what my post was addressing.
  5. Re: Kang Rinpoche S 600 F11.5 (Chinese Fujinon C 600mm )

    ...and don't forget Chamonix. :)
  6. Re: Kang Rinpoche S 600 F11.5 (Chinese Fujinon C 600mm )

    Speed control could easily be on the shutter via small push buttons and alpha-numeric display. There's no need for a lever. Ease-of-use could be enhanced by a wired or wireless remote. The aperture...
  7. Re: Agitation Technique with Tanks/Hangers

    It's been a million years since I've developed sheet film but my method was almost identical to the OP's. However, I didn't agitate continuously the first minute, I didn't keep the film out of the...
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    Re: Ruins

    I like this thread. I wonder why it's been sleeping for four and a half years.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I like that one, Corran.
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    Re: Use of inert gases

    yes... and fizzy :)
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    Re: On Mount Everest: Need Help

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    Re: Old Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles

    I very much like the juxtaposition, John.
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    Re: Booklovers...

    Tink's causing trouble with Pan's what?? The vice squad should throw the book at her.
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    Re: Booklovers...

    Where's Tink??
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Wow!!
  16. Re: Should I upgrade my 150mm Symmar-S?

    I see a very significant difference in 'perspective' between 150mm and 210mm, not to mention there will probably be times where changing distance isn't entirely effective for composition, requiring...
  17. Re: An Upgrade question

    I think the only reason for an upgrade is if you need a larger image circle. Do have other lenses in various focal lengths?
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    Re: post your trees!

    I really like that last one, Alen.
  19. Re: Question About Lens Mounting Flanges

    You could adapt your various lens boards to accept one common board. For instance, I once had a Crown Graphic and Toyo View monorail. I mounted the front bits from a broken 4x5 Graflex to the front...
  20. Re: Need Help identifying this LF camera monorail -oooohhhhh Mystery!

    PM kumar.
  21. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Austin, what film and developer did you use? Significant post processing after the scan?
  22. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Nice one Austin!!
  23. Re: Is my lens too big?

    IMO, 90mm is the limit on the Chamonix for a lot of shift. A bag bellows will help.
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    Re: Focal length vs. field of view?

    Yes, we do indeed need to cull through misinformation.
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    Re: Focal length vs. field of view?

    I'm only repeating what others have written but maybe this is a little easier to understand.

    Foreshortening (many call this perspective distortion) is affected by subject to camera/lens distance....
  26. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    LOL, Corran. :D
  27. Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Very nice well-balance and interest composition, Austin. I think that's the best image of Easter Island statues I've seen.

    Side note: I wonder if anyone has investigated what might be buried...
  28. Re: Hi. New Here. Have a lens problem

    I think I read somewhere that Kodak used modified Ilex shutters on some of their lenses. Is it possible the shutter was replaced and the aperture scale transferred?
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    Re: Filter Really Stuck...Help!

    If you do cut it off, make sure you thoroughly cover the glass before cutting and assure every spec of ground metal is removed.
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    Re: Maxwell Optics?

    Is Maxwell's contact information the same as in post #4?
  31. Re: Which enlarging lenses should I keep?

    Hmmm......

    If me gets me one each of da following den me gots da bestest of everything.....

    150mm Apo Rodagon-N
    150mm Apo Componon HM
    150mm Rodagon-G
    150mm G-Componon

    If me gets da...
  32. Re: Which enlarging lenses should I keep?

    I think some folks brought a shotgun to a nerf gun fight. :)
  33. Re: Hey, from Texas I've recently stated shooting 4x5

    Any place that fer northeast o' Austin is gittin' too durn close to Yankee territory fer my like-'en.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Very well done, Eliverto.
  35. Re: Junk Shop Find (Cambo, 90mm Super Angulon)

    Nice find!! The tripod blocks show up on eBay occasionally.
  36. Re: Which enlarging lenses should I keep?

    +1
  37. Re: European alternatives to (Commercial) Ektars?

    Just buy the front standard from a 4x5 Graphic (or a junk Graphic camera and rob the part) and mount it to the front of a Sinar board. Drill a hole in each corner and attach with machine screws...
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Nodda, that last one is fantastic.
  39. Re: 2 unusual lenses-seeking information

    If the Wollensak is a f/1.9 Dumont CRO, those have been selling for crazy prices on eBay.
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    I really like that one, Corran. I prefer to see a bit of texture in the water because it shows fluid movement rather than looking like textureless fog. The overall textures and tones are lovely. I...
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