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    my new toy ))

    More photo to my instagram:
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Deardorffuser View Post
    my new toy ))

    Congrats! Great camera, especially for those 360mm plasmats.
    Last edited by Ari; 3-May-2022 at 12:22.

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    SONY DSC by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Here I've quickly adapted the Arca Swiss 4x5 Reflex Magnifying Hood to the Automatic Makiflex. Hollywood Gaffer's Tape and razor blade (many layers) makes a semi-permanent installation. I love it! No wonder Geoff Berliner at Penumbra modded his and sent me phone pix. What I like about is that it is uber high-eyepoint, there is a one inch wide black border around the 9x9 framing. All my other finders work better with 6x9cm. Geoff told me I am nuts to shoot 6x9 with this camera, square is it. It's rather unique in that aspect. Anyways I have a another of these finders coming from KEH, with the rubber eyecup For 9x9 shooting the groundglass grain is sharp to my eye and I always compose from the edges and move in. So this finder is wonderful to me and my square uses.

    These are my shorter automatic iris lenses. On the camera the 150mm Maki Schneider barrel Symmar auto iris, in the center the 150mm Maki f4.5 Schneider Xenar auto iris. Then on the right, the 180mm Maki f4.5 Schneider Xenar auto iris. I have not used these shorter lenses much and am looking forward to this seasons work​. Plaubel recommended this camera for Fashion and Reportage.
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    Very cool

    I hope everybody is using real Gaff Tape

    I always have a roll of white and black Gaff Tape in 2"

    I also have rolls of other specialty tape

    I curse all users of 'Photographer tape' especially heroes of our past
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    I bought some "Camera Store Tape" recently, a Broncolor Strip Light taped with such, the tape unglued itself, and the front of the striplight fell to the floor. I took the roll of "Camera Store Tape" and threw it in the trash. I buy all my Gaff Tape from B&H. They sell the real deal at a good price.

    SONY DSC by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Approximate View through new to me 4x5 Arca Swiss Reflex Finder on Auto Makiflex. As you can see there is a nice black border around the 9x9cm full frame glass. Perfect for viewing the entire field without straining
    Last edited by Daniel Unkefer; 4-May-2022 at 10:40.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Deardorffuser View Post
    my new toy ))

    Your new Toy(o) 😊

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    Gosh that's a nice looking Norma. Back in the eighties I paid $1500 for a clean one in the hard case, I had never seen one in the flesh. Now they are going for a lot less. Norma was the choice of a lot of prominent Architectural Photographers of the day. I studied Architectural Design for two years at OSU but ended up changing Majors. An awful lot of B&W and E6 ran through that Norma, which I still have. Back then I used the 115mm f6.8 Grandagon and the 90mm F4.5 Grandagon primarily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Hmm this one looks sorta like mine. Earlier Normas had the locking clamps on the focus knob, later on they eliminated that. The sync cord on the shutter can be troublesome but can easily be rebuilt.

    A beauty!
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