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    A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    In my yesterdays new PROFIFOTO magazine , I found this new kid on the block .
    Sinar Photography » lanTec

    For those , who would like to work with a sliding adapter , there is one shown in the accessories list . That camera looks quite sexy but heavy .
    Click on language en and search under products for SINAR LAN TEC .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    Nice looking piece of kit! You'd have thought they'd clean all the grubby finger marks off before shooting it though ... unless they're going for a psychological, well-fondled look.

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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    AM I right in thinking this is a camera akin to the WRS, RM3Di, Alpa et al? I.e. Helicoid focusing? No tilt?

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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    A new kid on the TECH CAMERA BLOCK . Yes .

    As far as I understand the description on the SINAR PAGES , there is horizontal and vertical shift , but no swing/tilt function . No idea of prices either , but the grubby fingermarks seem to be inclusive .
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    Why would anyone want to call a camera Ian?

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    I thought it said Ian, too...

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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    looks similar in function to to new Cambo RS6000 that i am so keenly looking forward too..

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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    And . . . . . . an other blocke turned up too .

    Have fun looking at dmini . Is this the pocket tech camera ? ? ?

    Fotoman Dmini Camera - Fotoman
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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    On the Sinar web site is looks more like a lower case "l" making this thing
    a lan(dscape)Tec put side by side to the ar(chitecture)Tec ???

    Not my baby anyway, just guessing.

    Quote Originally Posted by gazwas View Post
    Why would anyone want to call a camera Ian?

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    Re: A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    In my yesterdays new PROFIFOTO magazine , I found this new kid on the block .
    Sinar Photography » lanTec

    For those , who would like to work with a sliding adapter , there is one shown in the accessories list . That camera looks quite sexy but heavy .
    Click on language en and search under products for SINAR LAN TEC .
    If they got their act together and made it compatible with any lens on a P3 lensboard, including those with eShutters, they might have sold some?

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