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    Re: The Road

    +1!
  2. Re: Does the 5X8 format have advantages over 5X7?

    ...and an interesting diptych!
  3. Re: I'm not sure if it's a popular size, but can I get some 5x7 camera recommendation

    5x7 may well be underappreciated. But it is well represented even on the "new" market alone. When you consider the used market, there are lots of options. Two that I've had (the wood Canham and the...
  4. Re: Alternative Processing: An Overview with Bostick & Sullivan

    The link says, "5:30-7:00pm MST". However, if I am to believe Google, New Mexico observes daylight savings time. So plan wisely.
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    Re: Modern Changing Tent?

    That's interesting Ari. I had not seen it before. Thanks!
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    Modern Changing Tent?

    Is anyone making a portable changing tent that's reliable?
    I have an extra-large Harrison tent with the side extensions that I bought many years ago to accommodate ULF.
    But the material has...
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    Re: Wobbly Ries Tripod Head

    LOL! Sometimes No head is better than one!!
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    Re: Wobbly Ries Tripod Head

    Are the legs secure to the crown?

    The Ries legs mount via bolts which tighten the sides of the upper leg to the attachment point of the crown (the flat top casting of the tripod onto which the...
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    Re: A really nice cable release

    +1
  10. Re: Fluorescent Grow Light Bulbs for alternative printing.

    +1, please.
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    Re: Show me your Struss pictures

    This is a good point. My limited SF experience with Veritos has revealed as much. I've gotten pretty lucky a couple of times. Yeah, like dumb luck!

    I can't even dream of ever using, much less,...
  12. Re: Wisner Technical Field 11x14 Lensboards

    I'm sorry Richard. I didn't mean to speak out of turn. If anyone should know, it's you. And, too, in conversation at one time, Ron Wisner explained to me that his choice of a 5 1/4" lensboard size...
  13. Re: Wisner Technical Field 11x14 Lensboards

    The "large" Wisner lens boards are nominally 5 1/4" x 5 1/4". Wisner made no larger.
    Don't ask me how I know!

    If your camera truly measures differently, you might want to get a second opinion....
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    Re: Carrying the 12x20

    Coastal is relative. The part of Tennessee nearest to the coast.
    I guess...
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    Re: Best dual axis bubble spirit?

    If your camera isn't level, you need a bigger ground glass!
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    Re: Carrying the 12x20

    Thank you Len and Michael.
    Len, the square corners are what I prefer.
    Cheers,
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    Re: Carrying the 12x20

    Michael,
    Have you found reliable external dimensions anywhere for the 2519? I agree the inside dimensions are most critical to fitting the camera. But then the case has to reside somewhere, either...
  18. Re: If one is good 2 must be better. Durst 184 rebuilds

    At least they don't grow up to be cats!!

    Or Do they???
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    Re: 10 3/4" Dagor for 7/17?

    Yes, the 10 3/4" Dagor absolutely covers 7x17. And it is a great focal length for that format.

    I no longer pursue 7x17, but when I did, it was a favorite focal length. The lens I had I purchased...
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    Re: Oregon Public Broadcasting segment

    I had wanted to watch this last night, but it started a bit late for the east coast. Thank you Jim for offering it here. And thanks for sharing your passion and your enthusiasm with us!
    Heartfelt...
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    Re: Sculpture

    The pensive countenance of the figure and the slightly out-of-focus trees belie the hard edges of the sculpture. Very nice!
  22. Re: 210 for travel and landscape: Heliar or Schneider?

    Based on the info given, the Schneider will save you a cool 300g. So, if weight is a priority, as stated, it would seem that you answered your own question.

    Me, personally, I'd chose a Heliar any...
  23. Re: Now e-Bay wants my SSN and bank account info . . .???

    Ebay has in effect become a financial institution. They have shown PayPal the door. And they now collect funds from sales directly, then remove all fees and finally distribute proceeds to the...
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    Re: Rollei Ortho 25 in 5x7 Question

    Thanks so much for chasing this one down!
    I guess all that remains is for me to ante-up and purchase some to try. :-)
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    Re: Rollei Ortho 25 in 5x7 Question

    Please let us know what you find out. I, too, would like to try Rollei Ortho in 5x7
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    Re: 8x10 carry options

    I found a Jerry Can cooler I've had for a number of years, yet never used. And just to illustrate John's post, I grabbed my 8x10 Ansco to see how it fit. It's just about perfect. Now, I'm not about...
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    Re: 300mm lens 4x5" landscape

    Another 2, if I may...

    I have a 300mm f/9 Red Dot Artar that has served as the long lens in my 5x7 kit for almost 15 years. It's in a Compur shutter. It is very lightweight and "dangerously...
  28. Re: First and hopefully only lens for landscape?

    Good recommendations already. But you can never go wrong with a Dagor. 12" Dagor is appropriate to a lot of situations. You won't regret it!
    Remember that with large format and especially with 8x10...
  29. Re: Nikkor SW 150 on Canham 8x10 Lightweight?

    I believe the 8x10 lightweight used lensboards 110mm x 110mm, so you should be OK. But at the same time I strongly advise you to contact Keith Canham and ask him directly.
  30. Re: New FLM Ultralight Tripod for 8x10 and smaller

    Very nice Ari! Thanks!
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    Re: 8x10 carry options

    Everybody has their favorite method. I do, too. :)
    What works for me is a Lightware Speedpack Case. Mine is the model S1010. (https://lightwareinc.com/product/s1010-speedpack-case/) It's not cheap...
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    Re: Blowing up a Kodak 2D to 12x20

    Your last image looks more like 8x20. Is that what it is?
  33. Re: STILL LIFE - Lens Thoughts & Recommendations

    +1
  34. Re: New FLM Ultralight Tripod for 8x10 and smaller

    +1 Ari!
  35. Re: New FLM Ultralight Tripod for 8x10 and smaller

    Ari,
    Is this something you plan to continue selling beyond the original 8?
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    Re: Best 1/4" to 3/8" adapter?

    Unless it's totally loosey-goosey and ill-fitting, I would not run screaming from your brass adapter. If you're speaking of the threaded bushing type of adapter which threads into the camera's...
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    Re: Where to Work - At Home, Kids, etc

    Is the first one a commercially available product, in part or in total?
    The cat is an interesting accessory... :D
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    Re: Carrying the 12x20

    I think this is about where a mule begins to smell pretty good. Really, just moving my 1220 around the house wears me out. Never mind the great outdoors.
    But, oh, how I do love that BIG ground...
  39. Re: Focal Lengths with movements for Tachihara 4x5

    Fred Picker of Zone VI fame used to recommend a 210mm lens and a lens in the 120mm range. I think the 121mm Super Angulon was his favorite.
    Being a fan of Zone VI at that time (early 1980's) and...
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    Re: Carrying the 12x20

    Thanks Michael for the clarity. Wish the lightest fit, but it won't. My F&S is 24" wide, knob-to-knob.
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