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  1. Re: Getting the correct lens settings for a synced strobe?

    Using any digital camera (DSLR, Mirrorless, etc) can be very effective for evaluation of lighting long as the digital camera can sync to the strobes used and the ability to make the electronic image...
  2. Re: Ilex shutter #5 bent shutter blade, are all #5 identical?

    Kodak-Ilex# 5 shutters are unique to Kodak. They do not have the standard Ilex# 5 threading and possible different lens cell spacing.
    Kodak customized each lens cell set to a given shutter or lens...
  3. Re: Is this coating issue something to keep in mind

    Should not cost more than $200 USD tops for an absolute nice condition lens, no optical flaws (spot or etc) and GOOD shutter.
    $500, WAY too much $ for a Fujinon Plasmat in this range of focal...
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    Re: Price of Film Going Up

    Another often less considered with sheet film, film holders and their condition. Often "penny wise_pound foolish" to economize on film holders as iffy ones can ruin far more than just one of your...
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    Re: Linhof MT: Q re cams

    Think the MT lens cams are only needed if the rangefinder is used, as with hand held press camera.

    Bob S needs to chime in on this.

    Based on past experience with the Linhof folders (Technika),...
  6. Re: 8x10 Field Camera which uses Sinar Lensboards?

    K. B. Canham...

    or replace Toyo 810M front standard with a Sinar front frame. This has the great benefit of using the Sinar shutter and Sinar related on the Toyo 810M which is a excellent 8x10...
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    Re: Price of Film Going Up

    Sheet film image making has never. been low cost. As the sheet film size goes up, the cost per sheet goes up faster than the "X" factor of image size due to the area of of sheet film. Or there are...
  8. Re: How many film holders do you bring for a day out?

    Typically six 5x7 or 13x18 cm film holders will easily last an entire day. One sheet of two film holder per image or two sheets of film per image set up.

    Multi of six works for the Jobo drums as...
  9. Re: Wireless Flash Trigger Mounting Ideas for LF

    The Sinar accessory shoe mount should have a stud on the back side of the mounting screw. This stud fits into the slot on the Sinar standard. screw on the top secures the accessory shoe mount to...
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

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    Re: Pentax 67 fisheye on a 4x5 Sinar

    Century Precision optics also made these "fish eye" adapters. They were used for cinema work at the times when a fisheye effect was needed. Century Precision Optics made a variety of speciality...
  13. Re: Wireless Flash Trigger Mounting Ideas for LF

    Sinar accessory shoe mount & Sinar shutter with a shoe mounted wireless flash Xmitter. Can be mounted/adjusted on three sides of the front standard or 4x5 rear frame.

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    Re: Pentax 67 fisheye on a 4x5 Sinar

    Not to be forgotten or neglected, the 30mm f3.5 Zodiak for Pentacon 6x6.. fisheye.
    These are a LOT better optically than most would believe or know. Having converted more than one to Hasselblad "F"...
  15. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Adding further on this..

    There were few if any "hobbyist" view camera lenses made by any of the significant or major view camera lens brands well over a century of view camera optics history....
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    Re: Fujinon 125mm f/5.6 W (old version)

    Excessive image circle can increase flare light inside the bellows causing reduced image contrast on the film image. larger image circle is NOT always an advantage in any way, it can be a problem in...
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    Re: Fujinon 125mm f/5.6 W (old version)

    What are the image needs? All three Fujinon 120mm & 125mm f8, Schneider super angulon 120mm & 121mm f8, Nikkor sw 120mm f8 and Rodenstock Grandagon 115mm f6.8 are NOT small. They all have large image...
  18. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    Using a digital camera to evaluate view camera lenses, not gonna work. Digital image sensors have an entire stack of filters and often micro lenses to aid the image sensor to produce the image data....
  19. Re: Fujinon 180mm. f/9 - Curious about some specs.

    All comes down to what the image goals are that drives choice of lens then camera required to support this basic need.

    If the requirement is every item in the image to be in perceived focus, then...
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    Re: New Autofocus 4x5"

    Niche market camera. IMO, autofocus is not that useful for sheet film cameras given the advantages sheet film view cameras can offer camera movement with highly controlled areas of focus and to what...
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    Re: Photo Era Favorite & Why

    ~Nature will NOT be Denied.


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    Re: Juxtaposition, Any Format

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    Re: Photo Era Favorite & Why

    Fave Foto era in the past, 1980's - 1990's.. when film was tops and the San Francisco bay area Foto district was a buzzing hive of creative energy.

    Fave Foto era is now and tomorrow as there are...
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    Re: Point Reyes Advice?

    KPH Maritime Radio Receiving Station and Cypress Tree Tunnel:
    https://www.nps.gov/pore/planyourvisit/kph_treetunnel.htm


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    Re: How did you Get in to LF?

    From a previous LFF discussion:
    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?98688-How-Did-We-Come-To-LF

    Then why Sinar to this day after all these decades of doing LF, Been-done...
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    Re: Horseman L45 With Wide Angle

    Curious, why using the Horseman L more than the lightweight field folder?


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    Re: Horseman L45 With Wide Angle

    Be confident, having been a decades long Horseman L and Sinar user, Horseman remains one of the best monorails due to it's modularity like Sinar (there are specific limitations with Horseman L, but...
  37. Re: Using Schneider Kreuznach’s Super-Symmar XL 150mm Lens

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    Re: Pacific Coast Arch collapses

    Change is constant, Change is a given.
    Hwy. 1 land slide near Big Sur not that long ago.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59JcDmbI1hw

    Add to this, tourist that visit California Coastside then...
  39. Re: Using Schneider Kreuznach’s Super-Symmar XL 150mm Lens

    Size of the objects in the foreground relative to the objects in the background are an absolute give-away this image was made using a wide angle lens. Larger this difference = wider angle or shorter...
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    Re: Horseman L45 With Wide Angle

    Horseman L should be good with lens focal lengths to 65mm without a recessed lens board (60mm lens flange to GG distance). Do spend the $50 to get a Horseman or Sinar bag bellows as there is zero...
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