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    Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    For people interested in Hcam-B1- there is a new article here:

    http://www.bulbexposures.com/home/20...i-hcam-b1.html

    I also use the P 45+ on my HCam-B1 (which I think is the perfect combination !) and we do now have a new Long time exposure radio remote Timer (100m range) with delays, series and exposures up to 9.99 Hours. Cost for that is 250,-€, can be used with any back and all existing HCam-B1 Bodies.

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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Looking very cool Stefan. I would still *really* appreciate getting one to review for folks here at GetDPI. I think it could prove a very viable alternative to a tech cam with superwides, and would like to have some of my own sample images to share with folks.
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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Guest house almost ready in Carmel. Open invitation to Stefan with Hcam B1 in hand. And Jack's only an hour away....


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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    I am already thinking...... ;-)
    I have been in California in the winter already 3 times and I always loved it.
    Maybe we can also do some kind of workshop for several people ?
    I could also bring our HCam-B1-Vi with a Rodenstock Apo Digital 60mm and some Hartblei lenses in Canon and Nikon mounts......

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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    We could probably make that happen easy . But I want a day with the camera without a large group there -- a few others on day 1 are fine, but not a large group until day 2 so I get a chance to actually shoot it in some real situations!

    PS: Both Ken and I need Mamiya-mount plates for our digital backs.
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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Hi Jack

    Mamiya 645 mount is what I use too so no problem. Also if I would come then certainly not for 1 day, so I think you take the camera for 1-2 days at least while I do the tourist thing and let you shoot as much as you want.
    I just have to find out when I can do this journey. Let me check tomorrow.

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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Awesome Stefan, look forward to making this happen. For avoidance OR piggy-back purposes (!) please note we are planning a Death Valley Tech Cam workshop right now and trying to get our hotel and special vehicle reservations settled -- it will be the first or second week of February and we should know which by the end of the week.
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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Carmel, Big Sur and all along the central coast is ideal....

    Guest house and studio in Carmel open for a workshop with the Hcam....

    Stefan, you just might go back home to Germany with less baggage...

    ken

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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    I think I also should contact Chuck Westfall, maybe we get a bunch of Canon TS-E´s for the Workshop. In Germany we have this cooperation with Canon on the PCP Tour and the Canon Professional tour. OK - tomorrow I´ll try to phone some people........;-)

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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    Just so you can plan accordingly, our Death Valley workshop will be held February 7th through the 12th.
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    Re: Article about HCam-B1 on BulbExposures.com

    OK - just for an update. Canon Germany has cancelled the yearly CPS tour 2011 , so I have some budget, preps hereby opened ! Maybe end of January would be a good time frame.....

    If anybody is interested mail me, will coordinate as much as I can.
    I would also like to bring my IR converted 5D MK2 with Zeiss Infrared glass(the 1,4/85 IR Planar will cover MF fully !), maybe we can also get Jim Taskett to give us an Achromatic plus for the HCam. I will try to get mounts for all backs for my demo cam(M645,Hassi H+V, Contax and Hy6), so people can bring their backs and shoot with the HCam too.

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