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    FS (EU): Phase One 645DF EXC++ LNIB €400

    New price: €400 plus shipping from DK
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    FS (EU): Cambo X2-PRO View Camera system €650

    Cambo X2-PRO view camera system, minor cosmetic signs of use, perfect working condition. Provides ultra-fine control of technical camera front standard movements such as rise, fall, swing, tilt and shift for Canon (or other camera such as Sony A7-series mirrorless, Nikon DSLR etc via standard...
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    thanks for "liking" my Cambo :)(y)

    thanks for "liking" my Cambo :)(y)
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    FS: Hy6 body - defective/for parts only - USD$200/ €170

    new price USD$200 / €170 plus shipping
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    How to compare lens formats for panorama stitching?

    Mounting a fullframe mirrorless camera on a shift adapter opens up the possibility to do panorama stitching with an insane range of lenses - large format, 6x7, 645... normal, wide angle, telephoto...perhaps too many o_O No doubt the best way to see the differences if time and money permits is...
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    FS (EU): Phase One 645DF EXC++ LNIB €400

    FS: Phase One 645DF EXC++ Price: $580/€480.00 €400 plus shipping Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear Shipment from: Denmark Shipping (worldwide) available/buyer pays - overall condition is like new, working and cosmetic - all functions operate correctly - viewing system and...
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    Cola power

    So far the only other beverage I've tried is tequila but the results were inconclusive
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    Cola power

    thanks for this useful tip - would tepid water with a few drops of dishwashing liquid in it be ok for doing that?
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    Cola power

    i was just about to write (another) desperate "what to do" post to plea for advice about how to remove a lens with a copal o shutter stuck to a lens board that I had not touched for about a decade, after throwing almost a full can of wd-40 at the problem, as well as a few days wondering how to...
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    Old vs new LF lenses for digital imaging?

    Thanks Doug, I I hadn't thought about this in that way before. I thought there must be a few specific technical variables that effect the way that lenses direct light to either a forgiving piece of film or a demanding sensor, but it starts to sound more like lens design is more of a black art...
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    Old vs new LF lenses for digital imaging?

    It is very helpful to know which analog lenses go well with digital and which don't - seems like the only way to figure this out is to test each lens or learn from the experience of a knowledgeable expert who has already done so.
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    Old vs new LF lenses for digital imaging?

    Thank you for these encouraging replies that give me the confidence to explore what can be done with the lenses I already have rather than make a bigger investment than I would want to do in a completely new system.
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    Old vs new LF lenses for digital imaging?

    :cool:(y) Please note these are designer sunglasses. Is the difference between an apo digitar and standard lens somewhat like that between a regular 35mm for example Leica R lens and an apo version of the same lens? Or are there other variables such as revolutionary new developments in...
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    Old vs new LF lenses for digital imaging?

    Pardon for asking such a dumb question but would like to know more about the viability or otherwise of using legacy large format lenses designed for film compared to modern lenses, for digital imaging? Resolution? Lens curvature? Chromatic abberation... is the difference like night and day or...
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    FS: Fotodiox Pro P67-EOS TLT ROKR Tilt/Shift adapter €150

    Fotodiox Pro P67-EOS Tilt/Shift lens mount adapter LNIB €150 plus postage I also have for sale a P67-M645 lens mount adapter.
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    MF Lenses with Shift Adapter or RhinoCam on Full-Frame/35mm Digital Body

    So is the snow! Now I understand how you can know what you do, given your willingness to test camera lenses out in that kind of weather - unless you are shooting through the window of your office or Porsche speedster?
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    MF Lenses with Shift Adapter or RhinoCam on Full-Frame/35mm Digital Body

    Taking this into consideration, I am trying to guesstimate if piggy-backing an additional shift adapter like the Fotodiox EF to E-mount TLT ROKR to add an extra 10mm left and 10mm right shift would be within the limits of this lens, as it seems to be with the Hasselblad lens that Graham is using.
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    MF Lenses with Shift Adapter or RhinoCam on Full-Frame/35mm Digital Body

    For anybody else who (like me) is not so good at math, or just lazy, you can scroll down almost to the end of this page to find a very useful online tilt-shift lens calculator.
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    MF Lenses with Shift Adapter or RhinoCam on Full-Frame/35mm Digital Body

    Thanks Shashin for pointing this out! It is is quite an intriguing possibility, with more movement than a shift lens and less clunky though harder to find and quite a bit more expensive to explore than just mounting a mirrorless fullframe camera like my Sony A7RII on my old Graflex Crown...
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    MF Lenses with Shift Adapter or RhinoCam on Full-Frame/35mm Digital Body

    Thanks Graham for posting these images, seeing is believing!
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