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    Rayyen - minimalistic to the bone! Gorgeous
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    Ray,

    24XL on TC with P25+ is a great outfit. I sold my 24 when I bought my IQ and now I need to find another to use with the P25+ that I picked up later. It is the ultimate P&S camera. DoF? Pah ... Just about toes to infinity!

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Many thanks Dan and Graham!
    I went hiking yesterday all day, it's a pleasure to use my TC and 47XL on mountain : )
    I'm waiting for CF for my 24, so no 24 yesterday.

    Graham, hope you'll find your 24 soon : )

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    Hi everyone! It's good to finally get a chance to post something here Here's a shot of my Sinar P3 + IQ180 during a trip to Jeju Island, South Korea last month..

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    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL

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    No fair! I don't even have ONE Alpa!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL


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    Quote Originally Posted by tjv View Post
    No fair! I don't even have ONE Alpa!
    I agree, i don't have one Alpa not even any technical camera, and members here posting 1,2,3 and even 4 Alpa or Technical camera, Big showoff
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    Lovely set of Alpas there!

    I love a 'competition'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL

    I thought the title was show me your Tech Cam (singular)

    Great looking collection.... I'm drooling here.
    Bryan

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    Cambo RS - 35XL




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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Not a typical techcam but technical nonetheless...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Well, ofcourse I will explain...

    It is the original lens shade for a Fuji GX 680 III. I figured that the big size made for the fuji with filmsize 6x8cm + movements, it should be perfect for my Alpa.

    It comes with Fuji special rings that attach to the lens with a filtersize of 82mm.
    Dan, where did you buy that shade? Does it have a model#?

    Peter

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    That's some setup for out in the wild! How do you find the process of tethering out in the open? It must be cumbersome?

    Quote Originally Posted by kerisabe View Post
    Hi everyone! It's good to finally get a chance to post something here Here's a shot of my Sinar P3 + IQ180 during a trip to Jeju Island, South Korea last month..


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL

    I confess that I have Alpa SWA lust

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Stephens View Post
    I thought the title was show me your Tech Cam (singular)

    Great looking collection.... I'm drooling here.
    Ditto. Tongue out on table time ...
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    An other ALPA 12 SWA image . Here with wakeup button in the left grip .
    We have seen similar images here before . Yes .
    But . . .
    Graham , the only reason I post this image here , is to turn you on a bit .

    http://forum.getdpi.com/gallery/file.../alpa_004_.jpg
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    This was a very, very dangerous thread for me to click on. I've only just received my GX680III and I'm already lusting after an Alpa TC

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    Quote Originally Posted by jars121 View Post
    This was a very, very dangerous thread . . . . I'm lusting after an Alpa TC
    ME TOO ! ! !
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    ^^^ I am lusting for a Tech camera mostly from Alpa since maybe 2010 or 2011, what i can say then when i click hundreds times here?!!!
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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Hasselblad ArcBody with 35mm, 45mm and 75mm Rodenstock lenses, Phase One IQ160 digital back. Camera body has rise and tilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    Hasselblad ArcBody with 35mm, 45mm and 75mm Rodenstock lenses, Phase One IQ160 digital back. Camera body has rise and tilt.

    Ken
    As far as I know , all three lenses mentioned above are RODENSTOCK
    APO-GRANDAGONS .
    Their major strength , as per RODENSTOCK , is not the digital capture .
    You use a PHASE ONE IQ160 . Can you please tell , how is the image quality regarding light fall off , resolution and sharpness ? ? ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Ken
    As far as I know , all three lenses mentioned above are RODENSTOCK
    APO-GRANDAGONS .
    Their major strength , as per RODENSTOCK , is not the digital capture .
    You use a PHASE ONE IQ160 . Can you please tell , how is the image quality regarding light fall off , resolution and sharpness ? ? ?
    Hi Jürgen -

    The 35 and 45 are Apo-Grandagons and the 75 is a Grandagon-N. The 75 is used primarily with the extender, and that's the setup in the photographs. I needed the larger image circle of the 75 for a job, and that was on the camera at the moment. Otherwise, the 45 is on the camera most of the time.

    It doesn't seem that there would be much difference between a 35 and 45, but in fact this 35 is significantly wider. I use the 35 occasionally. The exposure falloff and distortion are obvious, compared to the 45 which is visually almost non-existent, probably because of the large image circle relative to the IQ160 format. The 75 is flat as a board, and I don't see a difference in image quality between it and the 45. Both are really exceptional in my experience.

    The scenic image I've uploaded is from a TIF for a 22 X 31" print. It's a "vertical pano" sequence of three images stitched in Photoshop. Shot with the 45 and IQ160 back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL

    Hello,

    I have a 12 TC that I like a lot, but I would appreciate the vertical shift of the SWA. I was a bit afraid that the size of the SWA would make it really more difficult to travel with. That's not so obvious in this picture.
    What is your opinion ?
    Also the SWA is so gorgeous ...

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    Hi Jürgen -

    The 35 and 45 are Apo-Grandagons and the 75 is a Grandagon-N. The 75 is used primarily with the extender, and that's the setup in the photographs. I needed the larger image circle of the 75 for a job, and that was on the camera at the moment. Otherwise, the 45 is on the camera most of the time.

    It doesn't seem that there would be much difference between a 35 and 45, but in fact this 35 is significantly wider. I use the 35 occasionally. The exposure falloff and distortion are obvious, compared to the 45 which is visually almost non-existent, probably because of the large image circle relative to the IQ160 format. The 75 is flat as a board, and I don't see a difference in image quality between it and the 45. Both are really exceptional in my experience.

    The scenic image I've uploaded is from a TIF for a 22 X 31" print. It's a "vertical pano" sequence of three images stitched in Photoshop. Shot with the 45 and IQ160 back.

    Thank you Ken for the explanation .
    I use an APO-GRANDAGON 4,5/45mm on my ALPA together with a CFV39/50 and am very satisfied with the results .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    I think that too often we strive for optical perfection with the latest digital glass unnecessarily (I'm guilty). When we print vs pixel peep, the older glass still produces super results.
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Poor cellphone snap but a picture of my rig regardless.
    WRS1000 + P25+ + 47mm Digitar

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    Quick shot of my brand-new Cambo WRS-1200 - my first tech camera, and it's all the fault of the folks on this board :-)

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Why no Arca Swiss images?

    Just curious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Why no Arca Swiss images?

    Just curious!

    Bill
    Was just wondering the same thing. Every time I've raised tech cams, I've been advised towards Arca Swiss due to the on board T/S, and it's importance when using super high res backs. But, Alpa and Sinar P3 aside, everything has been a Cambo.

    To the Cambo users - that 35.. is that a T/S lens or are you just using Shift?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuster View Post
    Hasselblad ArcBody with 35mm, 45mm and 75mm Rodenstock lenses, Phase One IQ160 digital back. Camera body has rise and tilt.
    Q - who did the conversion for you and.. are they capable of accommodating an AFi back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorspace View Post
    Q - who did the conversion for you and.. are they capable of accommodating an AFi back?
    The Arcbody came with the Rodenstock 45mm, if I remember correctly. The other Rodenstock lenses with special mounts were available as an additional purchase from Hasselblad. The back if presumable just a IQ160 in V mount. No conversions needed. I think you'll be hard pressed to find a way to mount the AFI back to the Arcbody. But I could be wrong. This is 20 year old Hasselblad hardware, not that there is anything wrong with that......

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    One of my favorite shots as I studied my favorite gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colorspace View Post
    Q - who did the conversion for you and.. are they capable of accommodating an AFi back?
    The three lenses have helical focusing for the ArcBody.
    Imacon/Hasselblad "V" backs fit with no problem.
    For the Phase One IQ160, a machinist shaved a mm or two of metal from the body rear coupling plate. I don't know if the Leaf AFi (with Hasselblad "V" plate) would need that.

    In the illustration, yellow number 1 points to the registration/light trap that was not altered. Number 2 was altered. The "after" image, on the right, looks like there's metal missing at the top, but it's there. I just cropped the image too tightly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    I am addicted...
    ALPA 12 TC w/ Schneider Digitar 24mm XL
    ALPA 12 STC w/ Schneider Digitar 36mm XL
    ALPA 12 SWA w/ Schneider Digitar 47mm XL

    Can I just say that as someone that wishes to one day own a technical camera (in particular an Alpa), this image is both stunning and heartbreaking.

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    Finally, I've joined the club! Here's a bad iPhone pic of my new Linhof Techno. I'm amazed at how solid this thing is. I'm even more amazed at how good the Silvestri ground glass screen is – finer grained and a lot brighter than the new Linhof screen and fresnel I bought for my Technika last year. I'm still waiting for my 90mm HR and film back so I can't use it just yet, but this 60mm APO-Digital XL seems a sweet little lens! Just gotta get me a micro leveling head and, eventually, a digital back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    The irresistible.....

    The irrestible .
    How true . I picked mine up two weeks ago . With rosewood grip .
    I have no TC portrait yet and am still waiting for one of my existing lenses to be adapted for her . That lens should be back from Rodenstock by next week .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Something different: Pieces parts...
    Alpa STC, sk150, 100hr, 70hr, 40hr (soon to be replaced with the SB version)

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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    Dave,

    No handgrip?

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"

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    I am surprised Dave put them on the dirty floor boards...

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    Ha! Keeping the cows from stepping on them was the toughest part.

    Kidding. It is actually one of those old manufacturing carts we use as a coffee table. And no I don't have any cows.

    Graham, I have a grip, but I very much like the way everything fits in the bag without it and the viewfinder. I normally have the back mounted on the STC but no lens. Also it has been a very wet fall, and I go out in all sorts of weather. I worry a bit about screwing up the wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Graham, I have a grip, but I very much like the way everything fits in the bag without it and the viewfinder. I normally have the back mounted on the STC but no lens. Also it has been a very wet fall, and I go out in all sorts of weather. I worry a bit about screwing up the wood.

    Dave
    I certainly understand the logic. With the back/body/plate combo you've also got a nice 'block' of camera that can fit in to a dedicated space in the bag too which makes for more efficient packing and potentially less movement compared to assigning a big enough space for the entire body with any lens.

    Once you have a plate on both axis of the STC the grip actually does become somewhat of a luxury finger hold just to get the camera out of the bag and on/off the tripod.
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"

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    Tilting with my Alpa!

    Just got the 40hr-SB with the 17mm T/S adapter!



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    Tilting with my Alpa!

    Just got the 40hr-SB with the 17mm T/S adapter!




    Dave,

    We need some pics of the gear and results! I love my Schneider 32XL but that 40HR with tilt is SOOOOO tempting.
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"

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    I will do my best over the weekend!

    In the mean time, here is a stunning photo of the very complicated manual that comes with the T/S adapter. It highlights the precise scale on these T/S adapters.

    The frustrating part is they cut the "manual" to the perfect size for a beer coaster, but it is way too thin for that. So I have no idea what I am going to do with it...
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    Finally I can post here!




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    WOW . What a portrait .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Thanks,
    I'll be posting another pic at the end of december when I got a few more goodies on her.
    Don't know why but I didn't put my 17mm tilt/shift in the picture. Oh well, in a month I'll have everything and take another pic.




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    WOW . What a portrait .

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    I do love my Max as well! I just do not get enough time to shoot at this time. Hopefully I will be getting a better schedule with my job and start back on a project.
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    Its a little easier for me, this is my job However, sometimes I wish I had more time to go shoot just for the love of photography.

    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    I do love my Max as well! I just do not get enough time to shoot at this time. Hopefully I will be getting a better schedule with my job and start back on a project.

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    Arca-Swiss RM3Di and Factum

    Arca came in. Pics of the the RM3Di and Factum with 32HR and 35XL. Still awaiting the 60XL and Rotamount.

    The RM3Di has a few improvements. Also pictured here with the handgrip extension.

    Thanks again for all your help and of course Doug and my dealer Walter (B3K)
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    Thanks for the pics of the RM3di and the Factum!

    It looks like something is "missing" though. There seems to be no way to mount an eModule on the Factum. There does not seem to be any dovetail to mount one, like on the RM3di. Does Arca-Swiss supply some kind of adapter? Or, you must forego using an eModule on the Factum?

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