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    Re: They say to start with 4x5, but...

    Specifically re 4x5 vs 8x10, you should look at Tim Parkin's earlier comparison too:

    https://www.onlandscape.co.uk/2011/12/large-format-vs-digital/
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    Re: Sinar F2 and lens board adapter for it

    From the looks of it, the adapter on that Sinar is for Technika boards, while the lens you show is mounted on a Horseman field board. If you want to buy those particular items, you have three...
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    Re: HP B9180 question

    Staples seems to still have some of the cartridges, not all:

    https://www.staples.com/HP-Photosmart-Pro-B9180/cat_CL162890/0065e

    But to be frank, I wouldn't invest any money or effort into it. ...
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    Re: Negative Supply LM1 incident meter

    Looks like the main functional novelty is including the color temperature capability in such a small package.
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    Re: New to large format: Toyo 45A

    Welcome to the Forum!

    Per Forum guidelines, valuation requests aren't allowed. Your best bet is to check eBay for completed sales of the various items, taking into account that any structural...
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    Re: Stumped on cause of evident light "leak"

    Doesn't matter, you don't need to make a photograph to test for leaks. On the contrary, at this stage of the investigation it would be better not to. Just plug the front standard with either of...
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    Re: "Somebody Photographed This"

    Yes, there's more info on her background and activities at her personal website:

    http://www.terricappucci.com/index.html
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    "Somebody Photographed This"

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/saved-from-a-dumpster-glass-negatives-reveal-life-in-mass-more-than-100-years-ago/ar-AAMc47S

    https://somebodyphotographedthis.com/images.html
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    Re: Change my username

    We (moderators) can do it for you. Send us a PM.
  10. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    This article from three years ago...

    https://www.diyphotography.net/the-worlds-first-single-shot-8x10-large-format-digital-camera-can-be-yours-for-a-mere-106000/

    ...says that the 9x11 version...
  11. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    A sensor originally targeted for clinical or industrial X-ray applications sounds entirely plausible. Something amusing about it, too - if silver halide film marketed for X-ray use can be repurposed...
  12. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    A couple of articles with a few more technical and operational details:

    https://ymcinema.com/2021/07/06/meet-the-worlds-largest-sensor-camera-that-shoots-raw-the-ls45-sensor-size-of-140mmx150mm/
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  13. Re: Schneider Kreuznach Super Angulon MC XL 5,6/58

    Try this link:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20121004035605/http://schneiderkreuznach.com/pdf/foto/large_format_lenses.pdf
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    Re: what camera is this guy using?

    Cambo also offers monorail view cameras. But the Wide is a technical/architectural camera, basically a simple frame that accepts a spring back/GG on the rear, helical-mount lens panels on the front...
  15. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    From the "About" page:

    The smallest cameras are made by the biggest companies, and the biggest ones by the very smallest. Our research indicates that the market for large format digital cameras is...
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    Re: what camera is this guy using?

    Freeze the video at around 24 seconds in. That's a Cambo Wide, for sure.
  17. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    From the linked page:

    Specifications:

    4.7 x 5.5 inch high sensitivity, large pixel digital sensor
    6.7 Mega Pixels - 6,720,000 pixels
    50-micron pixel size (these are very large)
    Live view...
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    Re: Central Camera, Chicago

    Threads merged
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    Re: Assessing Dollar Value of Equipment

    We have a sticky thread on this topic at the top of this subforum:

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?120711-How-to-Value-LF-Equipment
  20. Re: LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    Fair point!

    I think the 8x10 (9x11, actually) is more interesting at 26MP and with less need for enlargement, but of course the cost will be even further out of reach.
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    Plenty for your Petzval...
  22. LargeSense LS45 now available for purchase

    Looks like it's finally become a reality.

    Monochrome version only at this point. 6.7 MP, 4.7 x 5.5 inch capture area. $26,000.
    ...
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    Re: Docter 240mm Apo-Germinar W for 11x14

    https://www.arnecroell.com/docter.pdf
  24. Re: Metering for the shadows with an incident light meter

    Sounds like we're in the same place. I treat HP5 Plus more or less the same way as Tri-X - expose generously and develop conservatively, aiming for a long-scale, relatively low-contrast negative. ...
  25. Re: Metering for the shadows with an incident light meter

    With apologies if you already know this, but Tri-X sheet film is not the same emulsion as Tri-X roll film - they are entirely different products. Tri-X roll film developed in D-76 1+1 has a long,...
  26. Re: Why View Camera & Sheet Film Today, in our here and now?

    Capture life expectancy. Polyester-base sheet film is as stable as it gets. That's why HABS/HAER/HALS still require capture on sheet film even as they have relaxed their print specifications to...
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    Re: 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 cameras?

    Indirectly, I guess.

    For those who are wondering we're talking about, read these posts in sequence:
    ...
  28. Thread: 4x5 Lupex

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    Re: 4x5 Lupex

    "Due to the requests of some photrio members, we have now added 4x5" format to our portfolio of ADOX LUPEX formats...

    For us as a manufacturer this is also a market test: Will the demand be...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    https://www.orengrad.com/LFF/TS2021061300.jpg
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    Re: Sam Haskins Photography

    +1.

    He was well-known as a partisan of the Pentax 6x7 and was closely associated with the company and involved in its promotional activities for many years. He did many of the annual Pentax...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual order period for 2021

    There's also the cost of bags and boxes sized to each format. There are surely minimum order quantities and volume discounts for those from Harman's suppliers, so the unit cost of these necessary...
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual order period for 2021

    Good luck - I hope they're able to accommodate!
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    Re: Ilford ULF annual order period for 2021

    From the Ilford website:

    The options available reflect what has been asked for over the past 16 years. We are happy to consider any other size suggestions but do not guarantee to make them...
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    Ilford ULF annual order period for 2021

    Now open:

    https://www.ilfordphoto.com/ulf-custom-specialist-film-manufacture-2021/

    List of available items and participating retailers:
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  35. Re: Now e-Bay wants my SSN and bank account info . . .???

    Not much. PayPal is a huge company now. eBay transactions constitute a very small fraction of their current business.
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    Re: Paper cutting preferences

    I've always had more trouble keeping cuts straight with a guillotine than with a rotary cutter. YMMV.

    There are inexpensive rotary cutters that might serve for light to moderate use. How large...
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    Re: Boston Deardorff?

    The long general discussion about Catlabs has been moved to its own thread in the Buyer/Seller Advisories subforum. Further discussion here of their Deardorff offering is fine.
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    Re: Rare unknown film

    This document, in French, describes the use of Kodak Omnigraph, among other products, for reproduction of documents via contact printing:
    ...
  39. Re: Now e-Bay wants my SSN and bank account info . . .???

    There may also be know-your-customer financial services industry regulations in play.
  40. Re: Now e-Bay wants my SSN and bank account info . . .???

    Details are all here, including the partial-SSN requirement:

    https://pages.ebay.com/seller-center/service-and-payments/managed-payments-on-ebay.html
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