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    Perfect match: View camera plus Leica S[/IMG]
    Could you elaborate on your set-up?

    I have a Typ 006 which I'm absolutely in love with. I've previously owned a Pentax 645D, Pentax 645Z and a Phase One P65+ but I feel the must 'at one' with the Typ 006. The size, weight and ergonomics are outstanding.

    The amount of lenses that I can use is a real bonus: Leica S, Hasselblad H (with full autofocus), Hasselblad V, Contax 645 (with full autofocus), Mamiya 645, Leica L39 Visioflex, Pentax 67 and Pentax 645. Woof!

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    Along the Trans-Labrador Highway. XF/150/SK35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarnian View Post
    Could you elaborate on your set-up?

    I have a Typ 006 which I'm absolutely in love with. I've previously owned a Pentax 645D, Pentax 645Z and a Phase One P65+ but I feel the must 'at one' with the Typ 006. The size, weight and ergonomics are outstanding.

    The amount of lenses that I can use is a real bonus: Leica S, Hasselblad H (with full autofocus), Hasselblad V, Contax 645 (with full autofocus), Mamiya 645, Leica L39 Visioflex, Pentax 67 and Pentax 645. Woof!
    I use Leica S with APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120 lens to duplicate 4x5 negatives. I place the negative, in a negative carrier, on a LED panel with the emulsion facing the camera. I started with a large Dörr panel, but did not like the uneven illumination from two separate LED arrays in the panel. I then changed to a small Kaiser panel, which is slightly larger than the negative. I level the LED panel and the camera on a tripod (Charles S gave a copy stand, which had earlier been given to him). I have not done any negatives with the copy stand, since I have quite a backlog of already duplicated negatives.

    I shoot the negative at f11, exposing the negative to the right. All the detail of the negatives, including the grain, is captured by the Leica S and lens combination. I am not sure that the lenses you have would be as good, however, you will only know by testing.

    The prints from these negatives are gorgeous. The character of the film is retained, meaning that there is fine detail with a "soft" feel. This was immediately noticed by another photographer, Ivo, who is also participating in this forum. I think I will stop darkroom printing.

    I hope this is the feedback that you were seeking. If not, please ask more questions.
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    Early girls

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Along the Trans-Labrador Highway. XF/150/SK35
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    I've been told that is a highway few travel. I'd love to hear some of your impressions.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    beautiful light in the bike shot....
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    Late afternoon, Americamura area of Osaka, that wall is the side of the Apple Store

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    beautiful light in the bike shot....
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Satrycon
    Please let me know , what is ACROS-RED jpg from camera ? ? ?
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    in-built film simulation

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    https://www.thephoblographer.com/201...amera-premium/

    http://www.hendriximages.com/blog/20...or-the-shadows



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    Emerging Zinnia. 50R using Pentax 120mm macro and 100mm of extension tubes
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    Taken somewhere in the Icelandic Highlands, far away from the maddening crowds. H6D-50c, HCD 35-90mm. Name:  3950.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_holtmeier View Post
    Beautifully done. BTW, really enjoyed seeing your website
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    black tang
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    Beautiful shot
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    Congor


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    Zurich installed a meadow in the middle of the city
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    "Figments"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Along the Trans-Labrador Highway. XF/150/SK35

    I really like this Bill; it's got a subtle elegance to it that just grabs. Magritte would be envious.
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    Sunset over Lake Wakatipu, South New Zealand, not far from Queenstown. Six-image stitch. A lot of detail is lost unfortunately from the 37k+ wide image.

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    New toy!
    Weardale....














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    Leica S Type 007 with Summarit-S 70 f/2.5 CS. Hand held at f/2.5 1/90s ISO800.

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    Redundant...




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    River Wear...




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    Working in the field can be action photography. As I was hiking, the mountains were obscured by the cloud mass rising from the valley. Periodically, the mountains became visible only to be obscured moments later by the next mass. I quickly removed camera and tripod from my backpack, set up and started shooting a panorama (9 shots) left to right. The cloud mass was also moving left to right. I managed to stay ahead of the cloud mass to complete the sequence. I attempted a second pass, however the left half of the scene was already obscured.
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    Continuing on the flower theme...the rose...available light, hand held. Leica S Type 007 with Summarit-S 70mm f/2.5 ASPH.

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    Made a trip to Great Smoky Mountain NP overnight, just to watch the sun come up at Newfound Gap this morning.

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    I have no idea how this happened. One minute, I'm sitting in my living room, and then *poof* a GFX 100 with 110/2 AND a cat. This is a tight crop at f/2.8, 1/45, ISO 3200, hand-held.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I have no idea how this happened. One minute, I'm sitting in my living room, and then *poof* a GFX 100 with 110/2 AND a cat.
    Cats are like that. I might limit their internet access and cancel the credit card. You may get a large order of mice next...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I have no idea how this happened. One minute, I'm sitting in my living room, and then *poof* a GFX 100 with 110/2 AND a cat. This is a tight crop at f/2.8, 1/45, ISO 3200, hand-held.

    Confused,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jng View Post
    And another hapless victim falls prey to Dante...

    - John

    P.S. Some people will use any excuse to post cat pics.
    P.P.S. Congrats on the new acquisition! Hope you enjoy every one of those 100 megapixels!
    Dante and I are old friends.

    Not that anyone will believe me, but it wasn’t the MP that attracted me. The camera balance is great, the optics good, almost no missed focus, and, after finding the Fuji profiles buried in LR, the color is great.

    I still like the S lenses more, but the in-focus percentage is just not there.

    Matt

    PS. I am not trying to damn the optics with faint praise. They are sharp sharp sharp. My two criticisms are purple fringing wide open, at least with the 63mm. More strange is the bokeh of the 110/2. The OOF disks are round, but sharp edged. This causes strange artifacts. For instance, here's the incredibly helpful Ronald Herard at Fotocare (not my picture, but straight OOC):



    Detail:



    I looked around on the web, and it's rare enough that it's not a deal killer. And I don't shoot portraits. Except the cat (sorry).
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    Highlands of Iceland. H6D-100c, HCD 28mm. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    The OOF disks are round, but sharp edged. This causes strange artifacts. For instance, here's the incredibly helpful Ronald Herard at Fotocare (not my picture, but straight OOC):
    My understanding is that is not because of the OOF disks per se, but caused by a type of parallax where the width of the aperture is not evenly obscured by an edge, creating odd OOF edge effects. That is not really a problem with a particular lens, but the angular size of the entrance pupil in relation to an edge. We normally do not see it because the angular size of most entrance pupils for optics are small and the dof not as extreme. If that makes sense. If you hold your finger close to your eye and look past the edge, you will see a semi-transparent edge that can have a hard outline.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    My understanding is that is not because of the OOF disks per se, but caused by a type of parallax where the width of the aperture is not evenly obscured by an edge, creating odd OOF edge effects. That is not really a problem with a particular lens, but the angular size of the entrance pupil in relation to an edge. We normally do not see it because the angular size of most entrance pupils for optics are small and the dof not as extreme. If that makes sense. If you hold your finger close to your eye and look past the edge, you will see a semi-transparent edge that can have a hard outline.
    Oddly enough, I understand what you're saying . In fact, the more I think about it, the more sense your explanation makes. I've just never encountered it before - in either the S 100/2 or 120/2.5, both of which have pretty large physical apertures.

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    (I spent much of my childhood holding my fingers close to my eyes and examining the various interference patterns. Then wearing glasses in the rain at night, you see all sorts of of Fresnel fringes )
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    nice

    and in case you want to try it :
    https://fotodioxpro.com/products/leicas-gfx-pro

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    I have no idea how this happened. One minute, I'm sitting in my living room, and then *poof* a GFX 100 with 110/2 AND a cat. This is a tight crop at f/2.8, 1/45, ISO 3200, hand-held.



    Confused,

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