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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

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    Linhof Technika 4
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    The merging of two technologies....photo of my 4x5 film camera taken with my iPhone.
    Toyo Field in the field...or the forest as it were.
    I guess this could be considered a self portrait if you look close enough...

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    UK made 1/4 plate J. Lizars Challenge & US made 8x10 Kodak Rochester Empire State cameras.
    Shot with an US made 4x5 Newton New-View and US made Kodak photographic paper.
    Development done with Canadian made Caffenol C-H.


    Vintage cameras by T. Chabry, on Flickr

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    Just picked up the new member of the family, a 5x7 Kodak 2-D.
    My first 5x7 camera.
    Came with 8,25 inch Red Dot Artar
    Needs and will get a bit of love but is in working condition.
    Now I just need a few holders and some film.

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!


    This is my Argentum Excursor I. 5x7 camera that I received in November 2020. I have been enjoying it a lot. Very basic movements: front rise/fall, front axis tilt, front base tilt and rear base tilt. 380mm bellows extension.


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    Hybrid Arca Swiss 4x5 Camera

    This is a Hybrid Arca Swiss Camera; it has elements of both the Oschwald era cameras and the later Classic F cameras. It's a combination of elements that I like.

    At first glance, it appears to be an Oschwald "A" camera. The "A" signifies axis tilt, which I much prefer. But on closer inspection, the swing only (no tilt) function carriers are black, the front standard is black, and the front standard bears the centimeter shift scale, all of which are characteristically found on Classic F cameras.

    The above makes me wonder if this camera may have been manufactured soon after Phillip Vogt acquired the Arca Swiss company in 1984. Thereby, they were still basically manufacturing an Oschwald style camera. But, they were introducing changes that would eventually lead to the Classic F camera. Again, speculation.

    One feature that's almost a must for me is geared rise. So, I swapped out the rear Oschwald style standard and replaced it with a modern, Metric standard that has geared rise. Since the Metric and the Oschwald standards require different bellows frames, these have been swapped out as appropriate by S.K. Grimes on both sets of bellows.
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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Duolab123 View Post
    Beautiful!!!
    Thanks

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Nice camera. Has me thinking about constructing a similar camera. Use a 90mm Super-Angulon XL on my whole plate camera. Essentially no movements possible, so spend most of the time setting it up making sure that the lens is spot center in relation to the back.
    Thanks

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by cp_photo View Post

    This is my Argentum Excursor I. 5x7 camera that I received in November 2020. I have been enjoying it a lot. Very basic movements: front rise/fall, front axis tilt, front base tilt and rear base tilt. 380mm bellows extension.

    I really like the Argentum approach. Their cameras are very beautiful.
    How it is in the use? Is the front standard well rigid?
    "Good photographs are gifts" (from Hold Still by Sally Mann)

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    Re: Show off your Large Format camera!

    The front standard is very stable using the lenses I have. This 5x7 camera uses Linhof/Technika lens boards.

    With this Argentum camera I mostly use a Nikkor W 210 f 5.6 which produces a very bright image on the ground glass.

    I also have been using a Schneider G-Claron 150mm f 9 and a Meyer Gorlitz Weitwinkel Aristostigmat 120mm f 6.8 on this 5x7 camera.
    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto Nania View Post
    I really like the Argentum approach. Their cameras are very beautiful.
    How it is in the use? Is the front standard well rigid?

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