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  1. Re: Which first Rear Movement and Asymmetrical Tilt Chamonix 45F2

    Can anyone who actually uses asymmetrical tilt address the OP's specific question? What is your step-by-step approach to tackling the scenario posed?
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    Re: New here and looking for lens advice

    It is Rodenstock - Sinaron S is just Sinar's private-labeled version of the (Apo-)Sironar-N series.
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    Re: Recommendation Needed: Copal 1 repair

    Bob Watkins (Precision Camera Works) has done shutter repairs for me.

    https://www.precisioncameraworks.com/shutters-lenses
  4. Re: Desire To Not See Posts By Specific Individuals

    No worries, Peter - it's a useful reminder for others.
  5. Re: Why Copal #00, #0, #1, #3? A quantitative answer.

    Right. The standardization of specifications for 0/1/3 shutters is really just a Copal and late-model Compur/Prontor thing, no?
  6. Re: Why Copal #00, #0, #1, #3? A quantitative answer.

    IIRC Copal indeed never offered a #2. There are various Compurs referred to as #2, also an Ilex Acme #2, maybe others - I hope one of our experts on classic lenses/shutters can weigh in.
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    Re: New LED head for De Vere 504

    Thread re-titled.
  8. Re: Toyo 125VX Tripod foot clamp and quick release

    So far as I can tell from the VX125 documentation I have, the fit is to a QR shoe supplied with the camera. The shoe has a 1/4"-20 hole for mounting on standard tripod heads.
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    Re: Studio Strobe Repair Services

    I just removed a bunch of posts about other strobe-related questions that were irrelevant to and distracted from the purpose of this thread. A certain amount of thread drift is common and we try not...
  10. Re: Best Fast (high output) Film Development Method?

    Some people swear by tray shuffling, some people swear at it. The thing is, there's a non-negligible chance you'll need to spend a fair bit of time and film + chemicals debugging your technique to...
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    Re: AWB film holders?

    From the Wayback Machine:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20211020142155/http://filmholders.com/filmho1.html
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    Re: Making GOOD Instax Prints

    I use the Instax app on an inexpensive Samsung Android tablet tethered to my desktop PC, same idea.
  13. Re: Tachihara 11x14 holders? Any reviews? Any comments? Why so expensive?

    Good luck! :)
  14. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    Similar proposals were considered long ago and rejected. That doesn't mean policies can never change, but in this respect our considered judgment continues to be that our policy should not change.
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  15. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    You are mistaken. This is the Large Format Photography Forum, not the View Camera Forum. Many LF photographers use box cameras with fixed or helical-focus lenses, or technical/press cameras with...
  16. Re: Tachihara 11x14 holders? Any reviews? Any comments? Why so expensive?

    I had some Tachihara 11x14 holders for a while. They were nicely made, but the septum seemed spring-loaded, requiring downward pressure on the film during insertion. The required combination action...
  17. Re: About Joe Cornish and the scope of the Large Format Photography Forum

    As stated in the preamble at the top of our guidelines/FAQ page:

    We would also consider a digital back with a nominal sensor size of 4"x5" or larger to be LF, as well, regardless of technology.
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  18. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    I have nothing more to add, other than that I will move this thread to the Feedback subforum because the discussion is about Forum policy.
  19. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    Where a given discussion belongs within the Forum is determined by where the topic to be discussed fits within our defined scope and organization. Famous and unknown; experienced and novice; former,...
  20. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    Medium format digital cameras and backs, technical view cameras for use with digital backs, and processing software enabling techniques such as stitching have all improved by leaps and bounds since...
  21. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    From the top of our Guidelines/FAQ page, emphasis added:

    The primary objective of this forum is to support and expand the craft of large format photography, as defined here. The structure of the...
  22. Re: Joe Cornish, Andrew Latreille & Phase One Digital Backs

    The second post, about digital backs, spawned a discussion which has been moved to its own thread here:
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    Re: Help with classified

    Take another look - you should be OK now. You might need to log out and back in again for the updated settings to work.
  24. Re: Cameradactyl Go & Self Developing Back, Part 1

    The 4x5 version of the film holder is available now:

    https://www.cameradactyl.com/buttergrip/4x5-self-developing-backs
  25. Re: CatLABS X FILM 80 MKII now available in 8X10

    Good point, there are two sides to the reciprocity coin. FWIW, I use a standard development time regardless of SBR or reciprocity. But if one does tailor development to individual exposures,...
  26. Re: "Poll" Question: Do you use a footswitch for your enlarger?

    I use a footswitch for my wet-side timer, but not my enlarging timer.
  27. Re: CatLABS X FILM 80 MKII now available in 8X10

    Ilford used to show a single generic reciprocity curve in all of their data sheets. Starting around 2017 they issued new information, with an exponential formula and a separate parameter value...
  28. Re: Gallery owner arrested for forged and stolen Ansel Adams photographs

    Here's an article from the Atlantic on the Hine/Rosenblum affair - it has some information on how the analysis came about and how it was pursued:
    ...
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    Re: J&C Classic 400 development

    IIRC, J&C 400 was Fomapan.

    EDIT 10/30/22: Brain hiccup, my bad - it was actually Fortepan, consistent with where this thread started. Many apologies for the confusion.
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    Re: unable to open Landscape folder

    Works fine here.

    It's difficult to nail down odd little bugs like this, but what browser/OS combination are you using?
  31. Re: CatLABS X FILM 80 MKII now available in 8X10

    OK, sorry to hear that. Hopefully Omer can provide some clarification.
  32. Re: CatLABS X FILM 80 MKII now available in 8X10

    It's stated on the website:

    Payments:


    We accept payment via PayPal, through our website's automatic checkout process
    We are also able to accept payment via direct bank transfer, though a...
  33. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    Nothing to do with the Symmetrigons nor with the shutters. The issue is specifically f/9 process lenses labeled Graphic Kowa that look cosmetically identical to the f/9 Computars but are different...
  34. Re: R.H. Phillips Advantage 8x10 - focus belt repair advice

    Drew - my bad, I'm getting confused. Do you own a Compact or an Advantage?
  35. Re: R.H. Phillips Advantage 8x10 - focus belt repair advice

    Drew, the Advantage was a different model, earlier than the blonde first version of the Compact. I'll attach a picture. Not sure where the chain/belt would be, though.

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  36. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    They are not always the same, as discussed in the thread I linked. Some people who have purchased lenses labeled "Graphic Kowa", expecting to get the coverage of a Computar, have been very...
  37. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    OK, thanks. That's going to be very difficult.
  38. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    We should have asked at the start: what are you photographing, at what distance?
  39. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    Probably not the Graphic Kowa:

    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?10255-The-Computar-lens-and-ULF-coverage

    Does the Computar exist in the 360mm FL?
  40. Re: Which 360mm lens has the largest image circle

    If you're willing to go to 390mm, perhaps the Series V Protar.
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