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  1. Re: Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    Yes, if I was going to put it on a field camera, I would prefer the midmounted version. I have it on a heavy studio camera, so the end mount is of no issue (and helpful if I want to use a packard...
  2. Re: Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    I think you'll love it karl. The differences seemed minimal and the shorter base likely balances better at the front standard.
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    Re: Advice for Handheld 4x5 and Flash Please..

    Louis Mendes

    https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/new-york-citys-most-classic-street-photographer
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    Re: 8x10 Camera + Accessories: Advice

    You can make great art with a box and a hole, but if you’re trying to gear up based on what you spec’d I would agree with the prior recommendation of a gitzo 5 series for support. I have the Z2 and...
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    Re: "Collodion" documentary about Eric Overton

    I watched it through and with great hope that it would be excellent. It was ok. Not focused enough in any one area or tying together it’s desired themes - a little collodion (some good, some not),...
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    Re: So long. Been less than great.

    More sensibility, less sensitivity, and underlying general kindness seem to be out of whack all over the place these days.
  7. Re: Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    I have the rest if people want to see them, but that's probably the range that most people would be most interested in, if they're helpful at all. Thanks again for all the help. I greatly...
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  10. Re: Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    Below please find a very quick and dirty side by side of the 1913 (longer, end flange) vs 1920 (shorter, mid flange) Veritos. Please take this with a very healthy dose of salt, considering that I...
  11. Re: Were Verito 18” lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    Thank you so much for the even greater detail. Yes, it looks like 1913 vs 1920. I kind of like the concept of flexibility in a greater range of softness in the earlier lens, as I have enough w/s of...
  12. Re: Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    Thank you all for the incredibly fast and, as usual, thorough help. I appreciate the confirmations. I wasn't necessarily surprised by variations in the barrel and shutter placements, but the...
  13. Were Verito 18 lenses made in different barrel lengths?

    Sorry for the strange question, but I am looking at two Verito 18 lenses that seem to have barrels of different lengths. One of the lenses is 7.5 in total length and the other is about 9 in total...
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    Re: Show off your ULF camera

    This thread is just awesome. So many beautiful cameras. So little time. Thank you for sharing and inspiring.
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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    Fast work. That's great. Congrats. Consider your ventilation options. Filtered air in to create positive pressure in the room (keep dust out) and ventilation out of the room to get rid of any...
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    Re: The beginnings of the COVID darkroom.

    Best of luck on your build. It took me a long time start to finish to get mine done years ago, but it's a joy when you get there. There's tons of good info on this forum and similar sites, so...
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    Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    And, by the way, I have not given up on the larger format back. Just want to start with the 5x7 and 8x10 formats, as they are most accessible in the short term. My aspiration is that the 11x14 and...
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    Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Thanks Steven. I have the hinged flaps mechanism under there. Hopefully the bellow don't wear too quickly, even with that, as they do still rub slightly with extension and contraction. Many thanks...
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    Re: 8x10 on a Bicycle?

    Great video. Awesome workflow. From pedal to print. Thank you.
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    Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Just an update to all the helpful people here. I hope you are all doing well in these turbulent times and my best wishes to all of you facing serious challenges. Lockdown has permitted greater time...
  24. Re: How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Thank you to everyone for the input. It's very helpful. Dan, this was what I was intending to do:

    "Remove the cells, fabricate a sleeve the right length to hold them, cut a slot in the sleeve...
  25. Re: How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Thank you all. This is extremely helpful. I’ll see which direction I want to take. Much appreciated.
  26. How to remove heavy casing from 24" Aero Tessar

    Sorry for the bother, but does anyone know how (and whether its worth it) to remove the very heavy casing from a Bausch & Lomb 24" Aero Tessar? I'd like to use the lens, but would prefer to drop...
  27. Thread: Kenny Rogers RIP

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    Re: Kenny Rogers RIP

    A great loss to the fabric of the United States. An excellent film photographer and a heartfelt setpiece of our musical landscape. We'll miss you Kenny. May your Islands in the Stream always have...
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Thank you. Much appreciated.
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Or this stuff, which is similar:

    https://www.amazon.com/Bioethanol-Fuel-Ventless-Fireplaces-Quarts/dp/B01612SHQO/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=bioethanol&qid=1582837342&sr=8-2
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    Re: Wet Plate Collodion - Alcohol

    Apologies for resuscitating an old thread - wasn't able to find confirmation elsewhere. Does anyone have direct experience using this particular bio-ethanol? Just wondering if the bitterant has any...
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    Re: Backpack for Arca Swiss f line 4x5 171x171?

    I also recall that Doremus Scudder (I hope he doesn't mind the reference) had an interesting post on a slightly different approach toward this that I always found interesting. It can be found here:...
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    Re: Backpack for Arca Swiss f line 4x5 171x171?

    Lowepro Flipside 500AW if you're going relatively light (3 lenses, no long bellows or extensions, grafmatics). I use this 80 percent of the time and it's never failed me.

    Photobackpacker Kelty...
  33. Re: The real difference between RH ANAYLSER PRO and STOPCLOCK PROFESSIONAL

    I purchased a Stopclock Pro years ago and then added the Zonemaster a couple of years later to conserve time. When you have the Zonemaster (Analyser works in similar fashion) dialed in to the light...
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    Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Hi Steven. Thanks for the message. You and I communicated regarding this camera many years ago. You were very helpful then, and now again! Your assessment is, as usual, correct. I'm building a...
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    Re: Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Thank you, Gary. I thought 3600 would be enough, but it's great to see your notes. My 19" is f/7, so your practical note on the head and shoulders is very helpful.
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    Insight Requested on ULF Studio Camera Project

    Hello all. I'm finally getting around to finishing the updating of a large older view camera that I purchased many years ago (see pic below, I just have the camera without bellows, back or base). ...
  37. Re: Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Ok, will try further. Thank you.
  38. Re: Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Thanks, Dan. They are GRIIs. I tried like the Dickens to unscrew them from front side and rear (at least on the larger one) but neither will budge. When you say unscrew, you mean simply by...
  39. Removing process lens with screw access blocked by aperture ring

    Very sorry for the banal question, but there must be a simple way to do this that I'm missing. I would like to remove the lenses below from the large board (some kind of reprographic camera board, I...
  40. Filter Step Up Options for Dagor 8.25/f6.8 and Artar 12/f9

    Hello all. Sorry for the bother, but I've been searching and am having trouble finding a definitive answer on how best to step up to 72mm filters from these two lenses. Best I can tell people use...
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