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    Bungalow Market
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    Peco Jr 65 F8 SA CF65F8 Magnifying Swiveling Hood by Nokton48, on Flickr

    This is my Plaubel Peco Junior with Baggy Bellows 65mm F8 Super Angulon. According to my Plaubel literature, the Peco Junior fully utilizes the full range of movements possible with the 65mm F8. This will become one of my main lenses for this camera I am thinking. Shown with Schneider 65mm F8 SA Center Filter, and Minolta SRT Cable Release. Pretty wide small with extreme movements possible. Nice. The Magnifying Hood swivels left and right for brightest viewing and works a charm with this lens. Can easily see the entire screen and focus, as well as movements set visually

    Peco Jr 65 F8 SA CF65F8 Sony NexC3 Back by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Not real sharp but still successful in some ways. Modeling lights only, Tim Kelly Broncolor lighting test. Peco Jr Body Baggy Bellows, bought a new to me 65mmF8 chrome Super Angulon from Roberts for $189 not bad Sony NexC3 Back, Schneider "Center Filter For 65mm F8*" attached. Not bad as a way to test lighting before commiting expensive film. The Peco Junior was designed (according to Plaubel) to be able to fully utilize the 65mm SA. It is a great lens and an olde favorite of mine. Mounted on this camera system it will certainly be a main lens to use. Also in the wings I have a mint 65mm F6.8 chrome Schneider Angulon, it will be interesting to see the differences, the Angulon is a Dagor derivative, and also looks great through the Peco Junior
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    Yerkes Observatory

    In the big dome is a 40" telescope, the largest refractor ever used for astronomy.
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
    ― Alexander Den Heijer, Nothing You Don't Already Know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    Yerkes Observatory

    In the big dome is a 40" telescope, the largest refractor ever used for astronomy.
    Nice shots Peter. A place steeped in history. Is it open for tours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Nice shots Peter. A place steeped in history. Is it open for tours?
    Thanks! Yes, but you have to sign up in advance. That day there weren't any openings. We'll do the tour sometime soon. Edwin Hubble did his graduate study there. Einstein visited in 1921.
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    A little Instax film print from tonight. Shot a number of 4x5 sheets as well but can't develop them until late tomorrow.

    Lomo Diana Instant Square, 55mm wide angle, f/19 setting, 60-second exposure.

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