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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

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  2. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Heh... M420 is NOT portable at all.
    Or bring the "subject" indoors as most lab folks do, not always possible.


    Bernice
  3. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Not just Minolta, Olympus, Canon and others made "macro photo" bellows lenses.

    Before these were Zeiss Luminar (UltraPhot), Leitz Photar and others. They were parts of their Macro photo systems....
  4. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    For images made larger than 1:1 or life size, reverse mounted enlarging lens works better than most would believe.
    Schneider offered their M-componon in shutter back in the late 90's. These are...
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  7. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Root of this lens question is... what are the image goals?

    ~Field folder camera doing landscapes _?_

    ~Portraits _?_

    ~Table top, still life _?_

    ~Commercial products _?_
  8. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Yes Drew, the entire Fujinon A series makes very good outdoor lenses at f16 and smaller taking apertures. They are indeed in many ways better than the common f5.6 Plasmat due to their smaller size /...
  9. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Going to be the single to rain on this parade. Had two examples of the Fujinon A 180mm f9 initially in the late 90's then again in the mid 2000's. Decided non-keeper both times. Just did not like the...
  10. Re: Tech Pan 8x10 in a Jobo - Looking for Info

    "Technical Pan belongs to a group of films produced in 35mm format and having ultrahigh resolution. This property is the result of a monodisperse emulsion having extremely small silver halide...
  11. Re: Tech Pan 8x10 in a Jobo - Looking for Info

    Tech Pan was originally designed for film images like this:
    https://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu//full/1999PASA...16..288P/0000292.000.html

    Tech Pan data sheet:...
  12. Re: Who knows the origin of this 480mm Rodenstock lens?

    Rodenstock APO ronar, excellent view camera lens. Image circle of 382mm at f22. 480mm/19" is a classic longer than normal focal length for 8x10.

    https://www.pacificrimcamera.com/rl/00817/00817.pdf...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Yes, significant hiking involved. Hauling around a Canon digital with a BIG lens(es) and all related is not that different than hauling around a small view camera and all related.

    Have LOTs of...
  16. Re: Tech Pan 8x10 in a Jobo - Looking for Info

    Never got enough contrast scale out of Tech Pan for silver gelatin prints regardless of developer used or film speed. Really depends on what the image needs are. Know Tech Pan was intended for...
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    Laguna Seca Raceway, Historic Race cars.
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    Re: Cameras with geared swing movement

    Post questions and image making needs as they come up. We will be here for. you.

    Bernice
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    :)

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thanks Chris :)

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    Re: Cameras with geared swing movement

    Cost and complexity is likely why single lock knob/lever was not done on the 45N-2. IMO, as a light weight field folder rear camera movements are not often used and the majority of images made does...
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    Re: Nighttime is the right time!

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    :)

    Thanks Peter, horse statue was found during a neighborhood walk. Trying out a new Canon eos RP digital camera with a Canon 85mm f1.2 manual focus lens.

    Bernice
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    Re: Cameras with geared swing movement

    Rear swing difficult/problem with the Chamonix F2 can be fixed by using a strip of sheet sheet metal to tie the two rear frame support towers together forcing them to move in unison . Then put a...
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  34. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    Yes, the "baiting" continues on to this day and will into the future..

    Example, years ago Canon introduced the M3 mirrorless digital. Market reviewers greatly dis-liked the M3 due to it's poor...
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    Ponder why SO many photographers used Sinar back in the day when 4x5 color transparency sheet film images were the primary means to printed color media?

    Sinar is not just a view camera, it is a...
  36. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    Ari gets the ~Gold~ Star for this comment.

    This is what ~Pixel Peeping~ was like circa 1990's with sheet film. Not done with software and 'puter, it was done using a microscope....
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    Re: Tele-Xenar 5.5/500 on a Linhof 5x7

    Given how many decades the Schneider 360mm Tele Xenar was produced and all of it's variations, no wise to form an impression of ALL 360mm Tele Xenars based on a single or limited lens sample. At one...
  38. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    Digital imager optics has gone FAR beyond correcting optical "issues" in a given lens, software and related corrections are well into altering the image recorded then presented to the viewer... as...
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    Both Toyo VX and Arca Swiss look good until one tries to find required add-ons and discover their cost -vs- capability is not good.

    Look deep into this before considering either Toyo or Arca...
  40. Re: The Problem with Modern Lenses.. transfered to those new to view camera image mak

    Canon introduced their K35 cinema lens set in the mid 1970's (based on Canon FD-L series 35mm camera lenses) , granted an Academy Award in 1977 for their optical design. More than a few famous films...
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