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    100mm WF Ektar image circle question

    Hi!
    Is the 100mm WF sharp up to the edges on the image circle?
    Thanks!
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    Re: 100mm WF Ektar image circle question

    Based on my 135mm version (the design is the same), if you can crop the image to a rectangle, you should be fine. In my few pictures showing dark corners, it's sky up there anyway. I have used the 10" version at work (on 8x10) occasionally but have never used many movements with it. I have Kodak's specs for coverage but can't find the data sheets- someone may have posted them on this site somewhere.

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