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  • Hi CArl,

    Where did you find that waterfall? Looks like a great place for fall foliage?

    Thanks,
    Mike
    Hi Carl,

    Thank you very much!

    This may very well be the field camera I need for the landscapes I shoot.

    All the best,
    Mike
    Cambo Actus with the Sony A7R and view camera lenses.

    Good evening,

    I was wondering if you have had any time to perform further tests with this setup? It looks very intriguing.

    I have lenses from 55mm to 110mm that I would like to be able to use with this camera combination.

    I also have Hasselblad and Pentax 67 lenses.

    Thank you very much,
    Mike
    Hi Carl,

    I saw that you have the Cambo Actus. I'm looking at it and wondering about the 40mm lens you have. If shifted in all directions and stitched, do you know approx what the equivalent field of view would be if you could put a wide angle lens on the camera?

    Thanks.

    Best,
    Robert.
    Scho:

    I have a Leica M and some Contax G lenses. What kind of adapter are you using to couple the two? I have been using the Contax lenses with a micro 4/3rds system, but have not seen an adapter for the M.

    Thanks,
    Scho:

    I own a Leica M and have a set of Contax G lenses. What kind of adapter are you using to couple the G to a Leica M? Thanks much, John Hellow
    Hello,
    I am wanting to ask you about your experience with the little Shen Hao 6x9 camera. Did it turn out that the focus was smooth enough and the camera rigid enough to work well with the small negative film size?
    thank you for your help.
    Robert Newcomb
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