Hello, I am trying to get a usable field/technical camera kit together. I have much in the way of large format equipment...but most of it is dedicated Sinar DB stuff, or 2x3/3x4 press camera stuff, or barrel lenses, and need to make steps in the area of a kit to be used for hiking and camping trips. I need smallish lenses in shutters that will mount to a Linhof III board. Ideally, what I want are a few lenses that I can put onto Linhof Technika III boards. I need lenses that were designed for monorail cameras, not press cameras, as I often use quite a bit of shift in the "field". I want to be able to utilize all the movement the Tech III has got without issue. I would like a wide: 80 - 110 mm. Movements are severely limited with wides on the Tech III. (I have just under 2 cm vertical shift before the unhooked bellows hits the inside of the body. A 1 cm recessed board would give me an extra cm of shift, and a 2 cm recessed board would give me about 1/2 cm more, PLUS let me make full use of my lateral shifts), so something I could squeeze into a deeply recessed lens board would be GREAT! I am not concerned about lens speed; just coverage and ability to get onto a deep lens board. It's ok if it is a bit longer than your typical wide lens for 4x5. I am not a fanatic for super wides for landscape pix. I would be fine with a 105 or 110, and these will help a bit with the movement issue. I would like a normal to medium-long lens: 180 - 240 mm. A convertible lens would be ideal. A lens that also covers 5x7 with movements would be ideal. I am thinking Fujinon-W 180mm, but I am not sure if I can get it onto a Linhof III board. I would like a long lens as well. The longer the better. Perhaps a graphic arts lens of some sort, to keep the size and weight down, though that would nix a tele design, which I need for the Linhof's bellows. I need one that is in a shutter and will fit a Linhof board. 600mm or so would be ideal. I have a 360mm Tele-Xenar, but I am unsure as to its usable image circle. I assume that it is not great, given that it is a telephoto design made for hand-held use. Graflex dot org lists the image circle as 230mm in this list: http://www.graflex.org/lenses/lens-spec.html. My lens is a 1954 model, so I am not sure if the 360mm f/5.5 tele-xenar listed at the Graflex site is the same one. If it is, 230mm is enough for me on a long lens (though I would like it if the lens was longer). If you have any suggestions, or a line on anything, please let me know! Thanks in advance. P.S. I have the following that I might consider selling or trading: Sinar DBM 240mm f/5.6 Nikkor-W Sinar DB 240mm Schneider Symmar (would rather sell/trade this one, as I like the DBM controls on the Nikkor) Schneider Tele-Xenar 180mm f/5.5, Linhof badged (2x3 lens that I always used for tabletop macro on 4x5) Wollensak Raptar 90mm f/6.8 (nice lens...not enough movement, and I already have two Schneider Angulon 90mm 6.8s that came with my two Linhof kits) Kodak Copying Ektanon 21-1/4 in f/11 barrel lens (not too keen on getting rid of this one, but I got rid of my 8x10, so I don't currently have a camera with a bellows long enough to use it!) Old meniscus lens purchased from Jim Galli (great lens...pretty long lens...won't even focus on infinity on my Kodak No. 2 5x7 with bellows fully extended...again, useless to me at the current time because of my lack of bellows) Thoughts so far, based on the Graflex specs page: Wides: Fujinon-SW 105mm f/8 (250mm circle) Rodenstock Grandagon 115mm f/6.8 (291mm circle) Schneider 90mm f/8 Super Angulon (215mm circle) Caltrar II/Rodenstock Grandagon 90mm f/6.8 (221mm circle) Normal (also usable on 5x7 wooden field camera with movements, and hopefully on Sinar P 5x7): Fujinon W 180mm f/5.6 (305mm circle) Fujinon W 210mm f/5.6 (352mm circle) Long: ???