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    3D-Stereo-Aeropanoramas
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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    from a russian man i learned they made a three-lens short-rotation pan cam with sheetfilm also with back i suspect. no further details.
    the idea is good.
    someone vergisst on ebay offering 4x10 film-pinhole -film change in bag. he could make 70mm version. but i dont want to change that way.
    enough with complicated filmchange with pinhole-scuras.
    Kurt Mottweiler i think is working on a new cam.
    www.stereopan.org
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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    I am sure I can make an adjustable rate swing lens camera with modern toy robot parts

    One sheet exposure per outing is fine for me, as I plan to process the 14X 36 inch film and contact print same day

    Before getting too deep, I will be shooting 6X17 roll film, 4 exposures with both a flat back camera and a curved back to compare

    Long roll Cirkut cameras are wonderful, except film IS a huge problem

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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    Tin Can: Please show us what you do. Toy robot parts? Great!
    Drew Bedo
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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    I am still researching

    I have bought parts from this excellent source

    https://www.pololu.com/category/21/m...cal-components

    Go to their free tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Bedo View Post
    Tin Can: Please show us what you do. Toy robot parts? Great!

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    San Francisco Lawrence panorama reshoot 2006

    For the people that wanted to see the image made over SF, here it is. The negative was cropped to the same dimensions of the original Lawrence print. There is a lot more detail in the real image. The exposure was 1/30 second with a 4 second sweep. With a shaking helicopter it did amazingly well.

    https://ronkleinphotos.com/sfpan2006aa.jpg

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    Re: San Francisco Lawrence panorama reshoot 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron in Arcata California View Post
    For the people that wanted to see the image made over SF, here it is. The negative was cropped to the same dimensions of the original Lawrence print. There is a lot more detail in the real image. The exposure was 1/30 second with a 4 second sweep. With a shaking helicopter it did amazingly well.

    https://ronkleinphotos.com/sfpan2006aa.jpg
    Nice, Pre Sales Force.

    Roger

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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    My privacy settings won'rt let that image come up.

    I am not going to dfool with it as our grandchildren are coming over soon.
    Drew Bedo
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    There are only three types of mounting flanges; too big, too small and wrong thread!

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    Re: San Francisco Lawrence panorama reshoot 2006

    Google says file is unsafe

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron in Arcata California View Post
    For the people that wanted to see the image made over SF, here it is. The negative was cropped to the same dimensions of the original Lawrence print. There is a lot more detail in the real image. The exposure was 1/30 second with a 4 second sweep. With a shaking helicopter it did amazingly well.

    https://ronkleinphotos.com/sfpan2006aa.jpg

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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    Yeah, got the same message on Safari, opened it anyway, great image. The San Francisco skyline has really changed since that image was taken.

    Roger

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    Re: ULF Swing-Lens Panoramic Cameras?

    Oh yes, that is a fantastic image! A great look back in time.
    I own the gear, but those don't make masterpieces. My everyday experience.

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