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    The lens shade you can see in the above image is a for HASSELBLAD 38 shade with a diameter of 90mm .
    For hand held shooting , I made my own quick "snap on" LCC filter .
    The LCC filter snaps onto the shade just by a soft kind of "screw on and off" .
    The filter does not fall off . The rubber ring gives a good grip of the filter to the shade .

    Attachment 79814

    Click on the image to see some details . You will not only see the filter but also a lot of dust .
    I have made filters for 70 mm , 75mm and 90mm diameter . That covers all of my lenses I would ever use for hand held shooting .
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    That's nice! I was thinking of 'designing' a similar LCC lens cap that would have been 3D printed, but I'll probably give your idea a try first.

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Frederic

    Here an example of the LCC adapters .
    You will need a milling machine and a lathe with an 80mm chuck .
    Also , the material is not easy to get . It is hard PVC in black .

    Attachment 79815

    Attachment 79816

    70mm , 75mm , 90mm from left to right .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    I'd love a set of those.

    I don't suppose you've ever thought of making them to order?

    Kind regards,


    Gerald.

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    SKGrimes made me a couple. I sent them two 82mm LCC disks, and they made Delrin adapters -- like a lens cap with the center missing -- that slips over the lens barrel. One fits my wide Schneiders (67mm filter thread, 70mm outside diameter), the other fits the center filter for those lenses (72mm thread, 75mm OD).

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    The forgotten lens .

    SCHNEIDER SUPER ANGULON 5,6/72mm .
    I did not want to give that lens away for a song and got it adapted for my ALPA beauties some years ago . The lens performs well with the CFV-39 .

    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Jotloob - I like that shutter release adapter. Does it work as well as it looks? Do you know if it's available online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    Jotloob - I like that shutter release adapter. Does it work as well as it looks? Do you know if it's available online?
    That shutter release adapter button is an original ALPA part and is gold plated .
    It works fine and is part of each ALPA Lens . ALPA has no Online Shop . So you should either contact ALPA directly or your dealer .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Here an example of the LCC adapters .
    You will need a milling machine and a lathe with an 80mm chuck .
    Also , the material is not easy to get . It is hard PVC in black .
    Thanks Jürgen, unfortunately I don't have access to such tools... will stick to my 3D printing plans, and share the models if I get good results.

    The LCC part of your adapters comes from a genuine LCC plate, or did you use a more common translucent plastic ?

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    It's not really gold, is it? I always thought that was an urban myth, probably started by someone like Ken Doo.

    I looked it up, and ALPA says it is 14k gold plated. Never question Jürgen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    It's not really gold, is it? I always thought that was an urban myth, probably started by someone like Ken Doo.

    I looked it up, and ALPA says it is 14k gold plated. Never question Jürgen.
    I'm really shocked at the decline in quality materials used. I would have expected no less than 18k from Alpa. I'm glad I went with my Cambo.

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    SKGrimes LCC slip-on:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Frederic

    Here an example of the LCC adapters .
    You will need a milling machine and a lathe with an 80mm chuck .
    Also , the material is not easy to get . It is hard PVC in black .

    Attachment 79815

    Attachment 79816

    70mm , 75mm , 90mm from left to right .
    You know that there is a Sinar White Shading Diffusor that fits on Sinar lens adapter rings? (I use one).



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    Quote Originally Posted by stephengilbert View Post
    It's not really gold, is it? I always thought that was an urban myth, probably started by someone like Ken Doo.

    I looked it up, and ALPA says it is 14k gold plated. Never question Jürgen.
    I feel like a season end episode of 'Gold Rush' with my Baggie of gold Alpa releases
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    You know that there is a Sinar White Shading Diffusor that fits on Sinar lens adapter rings? (I use one).



    I also own one of this Sinar diffuser and it is a fine piece of craftsmanship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    You know that there is a Sinar White Shading Diffusor that fits on Sinar lens adapter rings? (I use one).


    No Thomas
    I did not know about the SINAR diffuser filters .
    But it is too late . I have made my set , they work perfect , have no big screws and it was a pleasure to make them .

    The SINAR filters might be of interest for Gerald . D .
    Gerald please have a look and also see my P.M.
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederic View Post

    The LCC part of your adapters comes from a genuine LCC plate, or did you use a more common translucent plastic ?
    Frédéric

    The LCC filters are made of a 3mm 40% translucent ACRYL milkglas (Not OPAL) and I gave both sides a Satin Finish using P400 emery paper in a first step and P1200 in a second step .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Thanks Jürgen

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas View Post
    You know that there is a Sinar White Shading Diffusor that fits on Sinar lens adapter rings? (I use one).
    Interesting one, where did you get it from Thomas ? The item reference is 551.43.097 but I can't find one for sale...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Frédéric

    The LCC filters are made of a 3mm 40% translucent ACRYL milkglas (Not OPAL) and I gave both sides a Satin Finish using P400 emery paper in a first step and P1200 in a second step .
    Jurgen...Would you mind providing a link where to buy it?
    Thanks very much in advance.

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    Pramote

    I have sent you a PM . Please have a look .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Pramote

    I have sent you a PM . Please have a look .
    Thanks very much Jurgen! Pramote

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    ALPA12STC + HR DIGARON-W 40mm . Iphone holder by Jae Moon .
    LEE Bellows hood .

    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Well, it flat stitches, has 20mm of movement long side, 25mm short.
    The camera, errrr, digital back with FPS function slides along a stable image plane while the lens is stationary.
    Goto be a Tech Cam!



    Spent most of last year in hospital or wheel chair. Got surgery and they cut back the weight limit I am allowed to carry for the next fews years so all the Medium Format and 35mm stuff had to go. Used to use this;

    Oh well, live and move on.
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    Jon,

    So three rails...two rotation units which do not rotate...no concern for nodal point and to convert short to long side you remount the rig at the tripod clamp?

    Does the lens holder provide rigidity and not allow lens shift? Did you drill into the rotation block to secure the strap?

    Can the two rotation units be omitted with RRS quick slide connectors?

    Looks bombproof and I have 90% of the parts.

    I assume any planar lens of acceptable quality would work? Or a Sigma Quadro(?)....

    Do you use PS or specific stitching software....and what % overlap?


    Thanks in advance!


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    The rail system is RRS "ultimate pro Omni-pivot pkg."
    My fancy lens holder is a 2" chain-link fence bracket with the shape slightly modded with pliers. the one rotation block holding the lens is upside down to clamp and slide on the lower rail. The inside of my lens holder has the soft side of Velcro tape to cushion the lens.
    The back of the rotating block has two existing holes to stop rotation on a regular rail mounting. I just used these 1/4" holes to mount to.
    The lens holder fits snuggly around the focus wheel of the lens, when shifting; I don't just crank the camera over, but gently work the shift mech on the lens. The lens stays remarkably stable.
    I use Photoshop to stitch and the amount of over lap is about 30% when;
    6mm horizontal each direction which including the 23mm of the sensor to get about 35mm wide. 8mm each vertical plus 15.5mm sensor 31.5mm. The lens itself the shift is not quite perfect so a small area can be lost to crop square.
    On a portrait single horizontal pano it sill shift the full 13mm one way and 12mm the other, including the 15.5mm sensor for around 40mm.
    You could get rid of the rotating blocks and use quick slides but since the tolerance on my decidedly non rrs lens bracket is not perfectly precise; its nice to loosen the rotation on the lens holding one to allow it to smoothly slide over the lens without twisting it.
    Any planer PC lens will work;
    this is an Olympus 35 shift 1:2.8, it is the multicoated one.
    at f11 it will compete with the best.
    at f2.8, not so much.
    Just used what I had to make something to shoot interiors again without having to use ridiculously wide crop sensor lenses.
    And I think I just may hate trying "nodal" swing interiors.
    Might not be smart enough.

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    Spent the day making an LCC preset library.
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    what is your scheme for labeling (re. lens, aprerture and movements) and storage of the LCC images? and when you do take a shot, how do you keep track of the aperture, movements and therefore the required LCC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    what is your scheme for labeling (re. lens, aprerture and movements) and storage of the LCC images? and when you do take a shot, how do you keep track of the aperture, movements and therefore the required LCC?
    I have two lenses, 32 HR-W and 60 XL. Through testing I've found the sharpest aperture (f/11) and hyperfocal distance for each. I almost always shoot with these settings, and usually one of a few stitching "patterns" I figured out with the help of the DT image circle visualizer. To create the library I made a list of all these combinations and shot them in order, using the Profoto's model light to keep the LCC exposure even and strong.

    When I'm shooting I carry a notepad and write down the exposure number and movements for each shot. When I get back to Capture One I use the "Movements" tab of the lens correction tool to record the X and Y shift, although I've started to be able to tell just from looking which lens / stitching pattern I was using. I have my LCC presets labelled with the focal length, horizontal or vertical sensor orientation, horizontal shift, vertical shift, and a pneumonic to remind me where it's oriented, i.e. "60 V -23 15 (lower right)".

    Phase One, if you're reading this, something to let us note lens movements in the field would be amazing : )

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    Hi

    The Walking Around / Hand Hold version of the Cambo.

    With 60 XL


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    Phillip,

    Tell us more about the new Cambo WRC-A70 mounting block. I'm interested in how does the quick release plate measure up (literally) against other plates (RRS, AS) in that standard. Right now I'm using the Cambo with a RRS MPR-73 3/8 on the Cube with a RRS Lever release...

    Nevermind---looks like only for the WRC...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Phillip,

    Tell us more about the new Cambo WRC-A70 mounting block. I'm interested in how does the quick release plate measure up (literally) against other plates (RRS, AS) in that standard. Right now I'm using the Cambo with a RRS MPR-73 3/8 on the Cube with a RRS Lever release...
    Hi Ken

    I have just tried on my Monopod - which has the RRS Head (best head for a Monopod) with the QR Clamp - it is loose - I have had this head / Clamp for about 4 years,

    The actual width of the plates AS / RRS / Cambo are very close within .01mm The difference seems to be in the angle of the "V" - the AS / Cambo being more like a 45 degree and the RRS being steeper. So inside the "V" the RRS is wider. I think RRS came out with a new clamp about a year ago that accommodates RRS / AS plate.

    The WRC - A70 works great on the AS / QR clamps and of course on any manual screw clamp. It is also finished real nice. The WRC - A70 can not twist as it has notch where it is attached to its base. RRS makes a square one also that can not twist - I think they call it non rotational. AS does not , they have a rubber type pad, and tighten the life out them so they will not twist - does actually work - they don't twist.

    I guess I should upgrade my RRS Clamp on the Monopod

    Phil

    PS --as a bonus -- check out the UPstrap - been using them for about 8 years - best camera strap out there in my opinion.
    Camera Straps well matched with your camera and lens





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    to check teh different bases: using the screw clamp as a fixture

    mark the screw end with a pencil line , grip it on a RRS base and note the position of the line. repeat with the cambo. tells a lot about the fit

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    Yay cell phone images!



    Rollei X-act 2 w/Credo 80 tethered to a Wacom Cintiq Compantion. I'll revisit this when I've taken some 'proper' photos.. but yes.

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    Hi FredBGG,
    Great pics!

    I am intrigued with the Fuji 680 and using my Phase IQ back, particularly to have the movements. I see that Kapture group makes an adapter with a wake up cable/box (is yours still for sale?). How did this work for you; was it usable, and not too cumbersome? How did the Fuji 680 handle? They are selling for almost nothing. I was thinking of adapting one and using it as my tech cam. I wonder if I can make some custom adapters and attach my Phase lenses to the front of it.
    Thanks,
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    Wow Raymond, just wow.

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    Ok, here's something a bit special

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    Looks like a nuclear cannon with a swiss aiming device .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post


    A Sunday morning in Hong Kong
    Looks as if ALPA has a new model on the market . Look at right most camera and that lens . The new eliptical design .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Nice family portrait. The siblings look really happy together.

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    the combination of:
    Swing&Tilt & Focusing Base + RB shift adapter + Copal 3 behind the lens shutter + Has.lens board.

    Sunchai
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    Quote Originally Posted by alajuela View Post
    Canon sure are making some pretty cameras these days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondebanks View Post
    Canon sure are making some pretty cameras these days!

    Ray
    Hi Ray

    Wish Cambo made a hand strap - I gotta have a hand strap on anything above a range finder

    Thanks

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    Which hood are you using here?

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    The Walking Around / Hand Hold version of the Cambo.

    With 60 XL

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    Which hood are you using here?

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    Hi Peter

    It is Kova-W 62mm --- picked up in Shanghai. Its easier when walking around than having the compendium on.

    I did find this link.

    Pixel Kova-S 62mm Standard Metal Lens Hood Cuffs Hood - US$ 15.49

    Its nice, So far so good, I have not had such good luck with rubber ones, no matter what the cost.

    Thanks

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    Thanks Phil, yes it looks easier than the compendium... :-)

    Peter

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    Hi Peter

    It is Kova-W 62mm --- picked up in Shanghai. Its easier when walking around than having the compendium on.

    I did find this link.

    Pixel Kova-S 62mm Standard Metal Lens Hood Cuffs Hood - US$ 15.49

    Its nice, So far so good, I have not had such good luck with rubber ones, no matter what the cost.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederic View Post
    Interesting one, where did you get it from Thomas ? The item reference is 551.43.097 but I can't find one for sale...
    Since Thomas did not response to the question, I will offer you how I got mine. When I bought the Sinar eMotion 75LV mark II brand new from Sinar Bron, it came with the digital back in a Pelican case like. Thus I am not sure if you can buy one.
    Best Regards,
    -Son
    ALPA (MAX, STC, TC) | CAMBO (Actus DB2, WRS-AE) | CONTAX | HASSELBLAD | LEICA | DB (CFV-16, CFV-39, IQ180, IQ360, IQ3100, P45+) | Lens (Canon, Fujinon, Leica, Nikon, Pentax, Rodenstock, Schneider, Zeiss)

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Frederic

    Here an example of the LCC adapters .
    You will need a milling machine and a lathe with an 80mm chuck .
    Also , the material is not easy to get . It is hard PVC in black .

    Attachment 79815

    Attachment 79816

    70mm , 75mm , 90mm from left to right .
    I had the same problem with a monster 55mm Pentax Takumar 6x7 lens that I got without a lens cap to do panorama stitching with my Contax 645, so I went to the hardware store and got a pvc pipe end cover from the plumbing department that was about the same diameter then cut down down the sides with a hacksaw until they were about 2cm high then padded the sides with black electrical tape so my new lens cap fits snugly enough on my old lens to keep dust out - though it would probably not win any beauty competitions.

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    to Ray, and everyone
    Now I know how to name it.
    "Mixer Cam"

    it the mixer of :
    Swing&Tilt&Focusing Base+PhaseOneDF+and RBlens.
    Have fun Ray

    Sunchai.


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