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  1. Re: Finding tripods for Large Format is kinda hard (daunting)? Favorite LF tripod?

    I love using my Technika IV on a Gitzo carbon fiber GT5543LS tripod with a Gitzo G1570M Series 5 Low Profile 3-Way tripod head, photographing with a Rodenstock Apo-Ronar 9/360 in a Compur Electronic...
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    Re: PRONUNCIATION of Camera names?

    I used to pronounce Linhof like Lynnhoff. But: https://www.linhofstudio.com/knowledgebank/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Linhof-Spag.jpg
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    Re: PRONUNCIATION of Camera names?

    Here is a short pronunciation list, https://www.dropbox.com/s/5udwnzjjhb5pfsa/aussprache-deutsche-hersteller-und-produkte.mp3?dl=0
  4. Re: Very used Sinar P questions

    Beware, the purchase of this camera will certainly lead to the purchase of other Sinar parts.

    !!! G A S !!!

    Because, as you say, one standard is spinning, there are two rear standards, there...
  5. Re: Sinar C or F on a 6 inch rail, for transport

    Very good! Thank you!
  6. Re: Sinar C or F on a 6 inch rail, for transport

    That's really quite desireable. You can simply push the camera together on the optical bench.

    You've also gained some very valuable experience that we can benefit from. Very good!

    I still have...
  7. Re: Sinar C or F on a 6 inch rail, for transport

    If the camera is on the short rail section, you only need to attach it to the tripod and then screw on the longer sections. Then you push the standard forward and that's it, if I see it correctly.
  8. Re: Sinar C or F on a 6 inch rail, for transport

    Great, that looks really good. Even a P! This solution saves a lot of space. Thanks a lot!
  9. Sinar C or F on a 6 inch rail, for transport

    Hello,

    I have a question, again. With the Linhof Kardan Color, you transport the camera on a small section of the optical bench. This is screwed into the longer section and you can then fully...
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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Here is an essay about Corona.

    It is called "Über die letzten Dinge" ("in ultimas res")

    http://fotografie.ist/lohensteins-sicht/index.htm

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  11. Re: Best 4x5 camera to accommodate a 65mm lens?

    Horseman 45FA
  12. Re: Horseman 45 AF best starter lens??

    Schneider-Kreuznach G-Claron 1:9/150 - can be stored IN the camera. Also Rodenstock Geronar 1:6.3/150.

    After filing the focusing rail a little bit, you can store the 46mm filter thread lenses.too....
  13. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    A very beautiful picture. It inspires. It also makes me think a bit of Scorcese and Visconti films ("The Age of Innocence", "Il Gattopardo"). There, the - mostly colored - shadows also remain very...
  14. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    Got kids? If you sit at the computer for four hours, your children will get depressed. If you spend four hours with them in the darkroom, they are happy. Another reason why I am doing large format...
  15. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    Enfin!
  16. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    Why do you think I shoot analog? Do I look like I can handle all this digital stuff?
  17. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    Excuse me, but I do not look in the sections of the forum, but have everything displayed in the "unified view".

    So, I'll give you the following task, because that's what brought me to the large...
  18. Re: Post your critters & plants under the macro lens

    What about 4x5?
  19. Re: Painting/Staining Intrepid Cameras?

    Olive. Or chromium oxide green, https://www.kremer-pigmente.com/de/shop/pigmente/44200-chromoxidgruen.html Urushi laquer,...
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    Re: Twin Lens 4x5 Sinar

    A great idea if you are bigamist and have too many Normas at home. Just double them! You could marry a third Norma and mount her too. Why? Well, because it now takes too long to take the light meter...
  21. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    You see clouds, you see sky, you think: the clouds must be visible, besides that gives the picture drama and depth. And last but not least, the sharpness impression increases, because apparently the...
  22. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    Of course, this is all very complicated. You're right! I just wanted to think logically through the matter.

    If you use a 35 mm camera, you are only marginally interested in the zone system....
  23. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    Very handy and nice combination!



    So, here we go! +1.6 EV is your filter factor. The shadows will be good then. As for the highlights, you will have to develop a bit shorter. N-0.5, so about...
  24. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    That's exactly what I think. Also concerning the rest of your explanations. - Besides, this was not invented by Barnbaum, but by Adams, as effective ISO instead of nominal ISO.
  25. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    Oh, sorry if my statement was unclear. We Germans tend to yak other people to death with big and extensive statements about any of our motives for doing anything ....

    I assumed that blue is made...
  26. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    Why so complicated? Imagine the zone system scale. If the structured shadows are in III and the structured highlights are in VII, then at -1 EV underexposure the shadows fall in II and the highlights...
  27. Re: Stacking multiple Mod54 or 20th Century Camera 4x5 inserts in a single Paterson t

    it is.a good idea to combine 2 reels in a paterson 8. it takes 14 seconds to fill and empty. i like it and do it regularly. you need only 2.5 liter. i have dev times of 7-9 minutes in hc110 h. the...
  28. Re: The mysterious “Hutchings” filter factor for b/w landscapes

    Perhaps the filter topic is inexhaustible. I need to write it down here on the forum so I can think it through logically. If we want to get a reasonable grip on the problem, we can probably only use...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    A 300$ tutorial: why not?

    What is described here as PMM can actually be well integrated into a combination of two different (!) zone systems, if I understand correctly. Perhaps PMM is just a...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Nonsense. I just wanted to know from you what PMM is, and you didn't want to explain it to me, for whatever reason. Anyway, you are annoyed by me instead of just explaining it to me. This is how I...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Well, the other day I bought two second hand Pentax Honeywell Spot Meters, because I like to solder and rebuild old things - Sorry, but I have never come across anything more unergonomic. They run on...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Of course, and that is not in question. - The question for me was only why they verbalize -1 EV or -2 EV as "somewhat dark", nothing more. The way you present it reminds me of the Gossen Profisix /...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    I don't mean to tease, but that's how far I've come. But if the light meter asks for "somewhat dark" or "white with texture'", and if that is supposed to simplify the exposure of color film, then I...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Do you know the snapshot method (Peter Fischer-Piel)? This is really the easiest method to expose film with a zone system ...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    After studying Philosophy, focus on Philosophy of Science, Aristotelianism and Phenomenological Science of Art, I would classify your statements, loosely according to Wittgenstein, Husserl and...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Surely not. Of course, this wonderful device is extraordinarily interesting. I was looking for such a thing for years.

    Especially if you were a software developer, you will know that a full ISO...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Sorry, but this sounds like Umberto Eco to me, unlimited semiosis, hermeticism, the pendulum of Foucault. In the zone system, you place the values, too, to prevent them from falling. Perhaps you...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    (But the basic idea is that technology serves people, not the other way around, right? - What is the problem with writing a complete ISO scale into the software? This will take a minute.)

    UPDATE:...
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Imagine you buy something on the Internet. There you have a form. For the date of birth you have to select the days 1-31. But not all days are listed. Only "1-2-3-4-7-9-10-11-15-18-22-23-24-25-31"....
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    Re: Reveni spot meter

    Can you explain the P.M.M, please.
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