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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Agree and I never noticed it until you posted

    I did see it first on a tiny cell phone, on a monitor it's really good!

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Loving my Ebony 810 RW camera!!! Apparently it had a colorful history, but I think it has a few good pictures yet to produce. I got it in incomplete condition and my good friend Jim Fitzgerald built a new back for it and put it all back together for me. I ground the focusing glass (gotta be good for something). Here is a picture from an undisclosed secret location, and another by my front door -- I love how the sun sets mahogany on fire! The camera looks pretty sweet fitted with the Tri Tran Signature lens!!!
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Very thoughtful documentation!



    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Stage View Post
    Loving my Ebony 810 RW camera!!! Apparently it had a colorful history, but I think it has a few good pictures yet to produce. I got it in incomplete condition and my good friend Jim Fitzgerald built a new back for it and put it all back together for me. I ground the focusing glass (gotta be good for something). Here is a picture from an undisclosed secret location, and another by my front door -- I love how the sun sets mahogany on fire! The camera looks pretty sweet fitted with the Tri Tran Signature lens!!!
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    What type of lens?

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    This is a Tri Tran Signature Pictorial Lens. It is the first new true soft-focus lens produced in close to a century. I am lucky to have just received mine. There is much discussion of this lens on this forum under the thread "My Dream Lens" here: https://www.largeformatphotography.i...-My-Dream-lens You can also get information on Tri Tran's website here: https://www.tritranphotography.com/tt-signature-lens If you are in (near?) the Los Angeles area, I would be happy to meet up with you to show off the lens system.

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Hey Matt, I thought Jim got one just like it....hope to see some cool images from it.

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Hi.

    I bought my Meridian 45B camera in March, but it's only today that I took a picture of it.

    At first, I was looking for a MPP camera. Unfortunately, poor as I am, I couldn't afford a decent one. And buying a Technika? If I couldn't afford a MPP, how could I buy a Linhof?

    Still, stubborn as I am, I kept looking for a field camera that has all the possibility (or most) of a view camera (I own a Toyo View 45G). I don't remember how, but I found out that there was more than the MPP and the Linhof which have all the movement that I was looking for, but also the Meridian.

    This camera has the front that can tilt, raise and shift. And the back can tilt and shift. This back can easily turn to do portrait photographs. Like the Linhof, it has the possibility of using wide angle lenses and the bed can go lower (about 30° I would say) to help being out of the way when using a wide angle lens, or to lower the lens.

    I recently bought a 150mm ƒ5.6 Fujinon W (EBC) to use with it as I didn't like the 135mm Wollensak that came with the camera.

    So, here it is:
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    P.S.: Sorry for my bad English. This is not my native language.
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