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    Wow Dan! That looks like a lot of fun to shoot.

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    Very cool Dan!, what is the blue band for?

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    what is the blue band for?

    Cheers, -Peter
    Peter,

    The edge of the IQ and Credo backs tend to rest on whatever surface you put the camera down on. It's liable to scratches over time in my experience. I've been thinking about doing something similar (I've used gaffer tape) after my own back got a few marks on it. On the Credo it can also prevent hitting the on/off switch ...

    Dan, make sure that you lock that release button
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    Ah - I see, thanks Graham. I usually don't put it down on a surface, the IQ and 35XL goes direct from bag to tripod, but I see what you mean.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Took me a couple of minutes to work it out, since the tripod plate mount looked odd.

    But of course it's because you're using the TC rather than the 11mm adpater

    No fewer than 6 interfaces between lens and back there!

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    Gerald/Dan,

    You folks are doing nothing to diminish my FPS lust Only my pent up IQ260 lust is stronger right now
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

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    Thanks guys I do not think I have ever used any type of camera that inspires more for experimentation and think-outside-the-box setups.

    Graham is spot on regarding the rubberband. It acts as a cornerprotection and with small techlenses it dips backwards when put on a table and then the back rests on the rubber. I am extremely careful with my gear, still have the original sheet of plastic protection for the display! The ON button is easy to push by mistake and with the rubberband this is less of a problem.

    The cool thing of using Hassy lenses is that I can have simultaneous shift and tilt/swing. On these pictures I use the TC and tilt adaptor but could ofcourse used the SWA or even the MAX instead.

    I have only just seen the first images from the Distagon 4/40 IF, but the result is not bad. Not bad at all.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post

    Dan, make sure that you lock that release button
    I see it wasn't locked on the picture, but in this case no worries. I use my older DB adaptor to shim the back for perfect infinity with the Distagon and that adaptor is a very very tight fit. Tough to take off. However, locking is never a bad thing...
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    I wonder if ALPA will start doing HPF rings for these alternative wide angles?

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    Dan - please talk me into this new alpa gizmo - tell us all what you like about it and how you think you might use it.

    Pete

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    Dan - please talk me into this new alpa gizmo - tell us all what you like about it and how you think you might use it.

    Pete
    Pete, its a must have!

    I have only just started to use it, so I will avoid any in depth analysis. However, as a first and initial impression it is OUTSTANDING. I have been used to the classical Alpas for quite some time and the Schneider tech lenses, thus, the FPS and non-tech lenses will have a tough game to play.

    Right now I am trying out my Hassy V lenses and the Distagon 4/40 IF is up there in resolution. Haven't done distortion tests yet, but it will be a landscape lens anyway.
    The Schneider PC-TS 90 is razorsharp and it really is handy to have all the movements right there in the lens.

    I could actually see myself with a two lens setup in the future - PC-TS 28 + PC-TS 90 + FPS + CREDO 60 and call it a day. I could probably do 85% of my work with these two lenses and for the rest - I could have a beer instead

    I am only beginning to explore the FPS but the feel is tremendous and the possibilities endless.

    If you try one - you buy one!
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    When I briefly tried one, my most memorable highlight was the incredible smoothness of the shutter. Given that its a Mamiya shutter that impressed me.

    It's built like its made of pure unobtanium - incredibly solid feeling and I personally drank the downloadable firmware update potential kool aid. They've designed this camera for flexibility and with future proof approach.
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    Re: Show us your Tech Cam

    On a slightly different note here is a video of our Cambo RC400 demo unit set to the music of Flight of the Bumblebee:
    https://vimeo.com/63916039

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    On a slightly different note here is a video of our Cambo RC400 demo unit set to the music of Flight of the Bumblebee:
    https://vimeo.com/63916039

    Cambo Tech Camera Product Page
    Thats a fast moving camera with a great sense of humor. Nice.

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    Dough, what viewfinder / eyecup is that in the video?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    On a slightly different note here is a video of our Cambo RC400 demo unit set to the music of Flight of the Bumblebee:
    https://vimeo.com/63916039

    Cambo Tech Camera Product Page

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    Dough, what viewfinder / eyecup is that in the video?

    Peter
    The current Cambo viewfinder and the Cambo iPhone adapter take turns being on top.

    Older Cambo viewfinders lacked the eyecup which is on the current version.
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    Thanks Dough.. Do you know if the eyecup will fit the older viewfinder?

    Peter


    Quote Originally Posted by dougpeterson View Post
    The current Cambo viewfinder and the Cambo iPhone adapter take turns being on top.

    Older Cambo viewfinders lacked the eyecup which is on the current version.

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    Endless possibilities



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    Well, Alpa has a reputation for burning a hole in your wallet - now I see why

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    I wonder if ALPA will start doing HPF rings for these alternative wide angles?
    Wow, could you imagine the size / cost of some of those! Since focus scales on Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad etc. lenses are not as accurately marked as HPF rings, if you want to focus accurately I guess you have to shoot/review/tweak/shoot/review/tweak etc. (assuming you're using a DB with a good screen) or remove the DB and attach the Alpa ground glass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemihan View Post
    Thanks Dough.. Do you know if the eyecup will fit the older viewfinder?

    Peter
    We think so, but don't have an older one to test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    ...The Schneider PC-TS 90 is razorsharp and it really is handy to have all the movements right there in the lens.

    I could actually see myself with a two lens setup in the future - PC-TS 28 + PC-TS 90 + FPS + CREDO 60 and call it a day. I could probably do 85% of my work with these two lenses...
    Does anyone know delivery date and cost of TS 28mm,
    and how good it is (their TS 50mm isn't highly regarded, correct?)

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    Dan, if you would mount the Hasselblad 40 with a Mirex Hasselblad V - Canon EF TS adapter on a Canon mount to the Alpa FPS, you would get +/- 16mm shift and tilt with that lens (and any other V lens).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismuc View Post
    Dan, if you would mount the Hasselblad 40 with a Mirex Hasselblad V - Canon EF TS adapter on a Canon mount to the Alpa FPS, you would get +/- 16mm shift and tilt with that lens (and any other V lens).
    No need to use the Canon adapter Chris, keep it all ALPA

    FPS + Max + 17mm T/S adapter + the Hasselblad V mount adapter would do the trick.

    (Basically, the set-up Dan has in his photos at the top of this page, but with the Max in place of the TC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismuc View Post
    Dan, if you would mount the Hasselblad 40 with a Mirex Hasselblad V - Canon EF TS adapter on a Canon mount to the Alpa FPS, you would get +/- 16mm shift and tilt with that lens (and any other V lens).
    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    No need to use the Canon adapter Chris, keep it all ALPA

    FPS + Max + 17mm T/S adapter + the Hasselblad V mount adapter would do the trick.

    (Basically, the set-up Dan has in his photos at the top of this page, but with the Max in place of the TC)
    Chris, it's like Gerald explained. The Hassi V lenses have both the tilt/swing adaptor + traditional Alpa body mounted on the FPS. So I have the choice to keep it as small as possible with the TC or full movements with the MAX.

    I have only just started to try shifts with the Distagon 40 IF, but it seems like 10mm shift on the long side is perfectly alright and usable - after that it gradually starts to soften up and vignette. Overall the IF is pretty impressive even with the mighty 60mp back.
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    Thx Dan and Gerald, ooookay, I see, I did not know that it would be possible to combine Hassi V lenses + Alpa TS adapter + Alpa cam + Alpa FPS.
    But I plan to visit Alpa CH end of May to test the FPS with the IQ180 and my EF mount based shift lenses (Canon 17TSE, 24TSE, Contax 35 + Mirex EF, HB 50FLE + Mirex EF, HB 100 + Mirex EF). Looking forward to discover that new tool/toy.
    Btw, would be very interesting to compare the shifted corner quality of the Contax 35 and the Hassi V CFE 40 IF but I don't have one on hand (only the CF 40 FLE / CFE 40 which is not so impressive).
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismuc View Post
    Thx Dan and Gerald, ooookay, I see, I did not know that it would be possible to combine Hassi V lenses + Alpa TS adapter + Alpa cam + Alpa FPS.
    But I plan to visit Alpa CH end of May to test the FPS with the IQ180 and my EF mount based shift lenses (Canon 17TSE, 24TSE, Contax 35 + Mirex EF, HB 50FLE + Mirex EF, HB 100 + Mirex EF). Looking forward to discover that new tool/toy.
    Btw, would be very interesting to compare the shifted corner quality of the Contax 35 and the Hassi V CFE 40 IF but I don't have one on hand (only the CF 40 FLE / CFE 40 which is not so impressive).
    Chris
    I am happy with the resolving power from the Distagon 40 IF. The non-IF FLE and CFE are not up there. However, this resolution comes at a price - more distortion. In the image below you can clearly see how the horizon distorts. On a side note, the placement of the camera is more extreme than it looks. It is only around 35-40cm above ground and I have full 5 degrees forward tilt. The original file shows impressive detail and sharpness.
    It will be interesting with your findings matching the FPS with your lenses!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    I am happy with the resolving power from the Distagon 40 IF. The non-IF FLE and CFE are not up there. However, this resolution comes at a price - more distortion. In the image below you can clearly see how the horizon distorts. On a side note, the placement of the camera is more extreme than it looks. It is only around 35-40cm above ground and I have full 5 degrees forward tilt. The original file shows impressive detail and sharpness.
    It will be interesting with your findings matching the FPS with your lenses!
    Dan

    I have the DISTAGON 40 IF as well and find it to be an outstanding lens .
    Unfortunately I can only use that lens with my V-SYSTEM bodies .
    As I use HASSELBLAD CFV backs , I can use the lens correction function in PHOCUS . I don't know , if this function is available for P1 or LEAF files .

    Might be that ALPA comes up with some new lens corrections for the mostly used lenses with the FPS .
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    My Max & SK47XL
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpballer View Post
    Endless possibilities


    Is this the shutter burning after a 1000 exposures ? ? ?
    If so , ALPA should design a "shutter cooling device" (SCD)
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    From what I've heard the shutter lasts longer than most camera shutters out there... well over 300k. Not cooling device necessary

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Is this the shutter burning after a 1000 exposures ? ? ?
    If so , ALPA should design a "shutter cooling device" (SCD)

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    is this tech Cam?
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    I had a chance to try out the Arca Swiss RM3D and eModule Cloud solution this weekend along with an IQ260 prototype.

    I found it very interesting and couldn't keep my eyes off it

    Last edited by GrahamWelland; 6th May 2013 at 01:44.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    ... along with an IQ260 prototype.
    Why don't you want to talk about it? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cly View Post
    Why don't you want to talk about it? :-)

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    I was in lust ... and I quite liked the Arca and IQ back too.

    None of them were mine unfortunately and I was just trying them out for the weekend. The girl was a very scenic photobomb while I was shooting long exposures around the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. No trace of her remained in the 30 minute exposures

    Btw, the eCloud module seems like it works once you've calibrated it for infinity. I'm not tempted away from my Alpa and Distometer but it was interesting to try something different. The glass is all the same after all.

    I preferred my crop of the scene above but here's the reality:
    Remember: adventure before dementia!

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    A little disappointing the chick is posing for the guy with the iPhone. You spend all that money on the ultimate babe magnet and the guy with the Fort Escort beats you to the punch. Maybe it is because you forgot your Cube. The P series heads are great, but are not as magnetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Pete, its a must have!

    I have only just started to use it, so I will avoid any in depth analysis. However, as a first and initial impression it is OUTSTANDING. I have been used to the classical Alpas for quite some time and the Schneider tech lenses, thus, the FPS and non-tech lenses will have a tough game to play.

    Right now I am trying out my Hassy V lenses and the Distagon 4/40 IF is up there in resolution. Haven't done distortion tests yet, but it will be a landscape lens anyway.
    The Schneider PC-TS 90 is razorsharp and it really is handy to have all the movements right there in the lens.

    I could actually see myself with a two lens setup in the future - PC-TS 28 + PC-TS 90 + FPS + CREDO 60 and call it a day. I could probably do 85% of my work with these two lenses and for the rest - I could have a beer instead

    I am only beginning to explore the FPS but the feel is tremendous and the possibilities endless.

    If you try one - you buy one!
    Hi Dan,

    I am rather busy with building my farm house at the moment so don't check in much. Thank you for your reply. I have decided to 'take the plunge' and buy my version of an elephant gun back an IQ260 in Mamiya mount for use with my tech camera gear.


    The FPS looks perfect for me because I can use a variety of lenses with and without movement ...keep us posted on the stuff you end up doing. I wonder how you go about 'framing' the shot you intend to make using the FPS?


    All the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunchai View Post
    is this tech Cam?
    This looks very cool, but who makes it, what does it cost, what is the lens mount and does it work as it's supposed to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    This looks very cool, but who makes it, what does it cost, what is the lens mount and does it work as it's supposed to?
    More info. Have posted at “Phase One Hybrid”
    And it is my interesting to see dead to be alive.
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    Love mine :-)

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    is this tech CamII



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunchai View Post
    is this tech CamII


    Uhhh nice,.. were do you get this stiching back plate?

    greetings

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    Thank you for this personal message.

    "Cool camera setup, may i ask what camera and stitching back this is"

    if it may be interest to other.
    the camera is Mamiya RB67 Pro SD with the shifting adapter.
    I have named it RB shifting adapter it was designed since Phase One
    light Phase back in 1990-2000 as I can remember.
    it is directly mounted to the RB camera with infinity focusing on the normal
    viewfinder.
    Shifting left and right 20mm.
    Shifting up and dowd 18mm.

    Sunchai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunchai View Post
    Thank you for this personal message.

    "Cool camera setup, may i ask what camera and stitching back this is"

    if it may be interest to other.
    the camera is Mamiya RB67 Pro SD with the shifting adapter.
    I have named it RB shifting adapter it was designed since Phase One
    light Phase back in 1990-2000 as I can remember.
    it is directly mounted to the RB camera with infinity focusing on the normal
    viewfinder.
    Shifting left and right 20mm.
    Shifting up and dowd 18mm.

    Sunchai.
    Can it be used in RZ67 ..??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunchai View Post
    is this tech Cam?
    Hello Sunchai.

    Can you tell us how you got this together? Looks interesting but unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckhfrankie View Post
    Can it be used in RZ67 ..??
    The construction of RZ camera is difference from the RB. And the most importance thing is RZ body is deeper so then the infinity focus is impossible.
    Sunchai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Chagin View Post
    Hello Sunchai.

    Can you tell us how you got this together? Looks interesting but unknown.

    ACH
    this may help some.

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    All my old Mamiya collections are come back to live again with FPS.

    I mean ALL! Plus tilt, swing, rise, fall and shift.

    Cheers

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