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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Unkefer View Post
    ... NICE pair of Mamyflexes! ... Best to get some original shades cheaply
    I only have one C3. That is the same camera raised and two pictures blended together. I have the original lens hoods too. But that darn 65mm hood is such a net fit that it won't fit over the filter diameter, which is ever so slightly larger than the lens barrel, when I have one mounted.

    Also bad news for my 65mm. Once again, on Ebay, advertised as in excellent condition but it has a sticking shutter in bulb mode plus at slower shutter speeds come to find out. I took it in for a CLA. But he said it is broken. The same thing happen to a Fuji 645 folding camera I purchased recently. Advertised in excellent condition but had a broke shutter too. If it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have any luck at all.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

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    A little countertop play with Tmax 400, 150mm Nikon S 5.6 on my Ebony 4x5.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance



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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Haven't shot anything in forever, it seems. Here is the first 4X5 I ever purchased, captured on Ilford Delta 100 Pro w/Chamonix F-1 field camera.
    GraphicView 4X5 by Kenny Johnson, on Flickr

    Hope everyone is well.

    Kenny

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj8246 View Post
    Haven't shot anything in forever, it seems. Here is the first 4X5 I ever purchased, captured on Ilford Delta 100 Pro w/Chamonix F-1 field camera.
    Cool. I didn't know that Graflex even made a monorail camera. What happened to it?

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Quote Originally Posted by r.e. View Post
    Cool. I didn't know that Graflex even made a monorail camera. What happened to it?
    This particular one or GraphicView in general? Just supply and demand attrition, in my opinion. The one I have was made for the military, according to my research. If I do my job, it will still oblige with a nice image; there's some slack here and there in the mechanics though.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    This is the Graphic View II (1949-1967), my favorite workhorse 4x5. It's predecessor, the Graphic View (1941-1948) had a 3 inch shorter rail and base tilts instead of the center tilts of the later version. However, base tilts did make a prettier camera. Burke & James flat bed and monorail view cameras were probably less expensive (and less elegant), and served well enough. When many photographers were downsizing from 5x7 in the 1970s, the used 5x7 B&J cameras and Elwood enlargers were bargains. That may have been too much competition for Kodak.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
    This is the Graphic View II (1949-1967), my favorite workhorse 4x5. It's predecessor, the Graphic View (1941-1948) had a 3 inch shorter rail and base tilts instead of the center tilts of the later version. However, base tilts did make a prettier camera. Burke & James flat bed and monorail view cameras were probably less expensive (and less elegant), and served well enough. When many photographers were downsizing from 5x7 in the 1970s, the used 5x7 B&J cameras and Elwood enlargers were bargains. That may have been too much competition for Kodak.
    Exactly.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    I posted one recently

    LN never used it

    BAs New NFS by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickrut I sure like it and keep in a studio case on wheels
    Tin Can

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    I actually prefer the aesthetics of the red bellows but, as I recall, this one was too attractively priced.

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