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    Re: Show off your camera!

    Here's my Shen Hao blending into it's surroundings, and the shot that came from it.

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    Will, wow, that is really sweet! Does it get any better?
    Boris, nice! Looks like a great rig!
    Daniel, that speed is a perfect fit for Nascar!
    JP, Ya, it is is super pretty.
    Philippe et Chris, :--)


    Sinar F2 in the studio playing around testing a new front standard and a 6x9 roll back I have not used in a long while.
    22 inches of draw, three standards, std bellows and bag bellows. Magic arm, from rail to Gitzo as stabilizing clamp. Yes, I was bored and fed up and neglecting duty to get away for a little bit. :-)



    I love my pair of old Photogenic Studio Modeling Lite, 1500 watts of really nice light. Not sure what I will do when I run out of lamps for them, convert it and hang it like a chandelier over the kitchen table maybe?


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    Re: Show off your camera!

    My newest Aquisition:



    Purchased from Blue Moon Camera and Machine in St Johns, Oregon. It is from Akroyd Studio on Yeon Ave. I aslo have their Deardorff.

    --Gary

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    My EBONY and the expensive shutter trip mechanism
    "I invent nothing, I rediscover"
    August Rodin

    My Now old Photo Site

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    Smile Re: Show off your camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew blais View Post
    My EBONY and the expensive shutter trip mechanism
    Wow, Matt! I need one of those. Can you send it over or maybe I should come over to your place so I can take it for a test ride!!!!!

    Jim

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    My latest ... a Walker Titan 5x7 XL Wide

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    I just picked up my latest (and biggest) camera from Richard Ritter last Friday. Richard mated 14x20 and 8x20 Deardorff backs to his ULF camera. 14x20 isn't standard but I like the proportion (same as 5x7). The camera is surprisingly easy to setup and use. I starting using it that afternoon. Great image on the big gg. Camera weighs about 14-lbs. Total weight with tripod, head and lens is about 28-lbs. That is about the same weight of a Deardorff ULF camera alone.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 14x20:8x20 Ritter ULF 1.jpg   14x20:8x20 Ritter ULF 2.jpg  

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew blais View Post
    My EBONY and the expensive shutter trip mechanism
    Is that some kind of bulb trigger mechanism? And is that a backup bulb in the back
    Best regards
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    Ron Miller
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    Re: Show off your camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by matthew blais View Post
    My EBONY and the expensive shutter trip mechanism
    Where's the camera? Oh, there it is.

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    Re: Show off your camera!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Roody View Post
    I just picked up my latest (and biggest) camera from Richard Ritter last Friday. Richard mated 14x20 and 8x20 Deardorff backs to his ULF camera. 14x20 isn't standard but I like the proportion (same as 5x7). The camera is surprisingly easy to setup and use. I starting using it that afternoon. Great image on the big gg. Camera weighs about 14-lbs. Total weight with tripod, head and lens is about 28-lbs. That is about the same weight of a Deardorff ULF camera alone.
    Wow, Pete.

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