UULF Panoramic Format

Discussion in 'Large Format Cameras and Accessories' started by Jeff Dyck, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. Jeff Dyck

    Jeff Dyck Member

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  2. David

    David Member

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    It's just a baby, the film holder is 'only' 26 X 38 inches! The big bit is for holding art work. Backpacking anyone?
     
  3. Sean

    Sean Admin Staff Member Admin

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    You could mount it into a modified Bus, then use sheet film cut from factory master rolls :smile:
     
  4. Bruce Osgood

    Bruce Osgood Membership Council Council

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    I think somneone (Sean) should buy it just to take a group shot in Toronto next May.
     
  5. Jorge

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    uh oh......I hear Sean hammering an addition to his house to accomodate the camera that fits just right his monster enlarger.....I hope your goggles are extra wide angle Sean... :smile:
     
  6. Ole

    Ole Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    No, he's fitting bellows to his living room - expanding space and making a giant camera in one go!

    I wonder how he'll manage to bring the house?
     
  7. David H. Bebbington

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    A fascinating object - well spotted! I shall be watching its progress with interest, it might just sell for $50, there is a very good chance it will end up in a junkyard! The seller is a greenhorn with just 2 e-bay trades, he sure likes writing big price tickets!
     
  8. Daniel Grenier

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    But what happenned to the bellows?
     
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    He's also listing a 71 inch rodenstock lens for only $22,000.00

    I wish I lived in his fantasy world....
     
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  11. Mongo

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    Feedback = 2, number of sales on eBay = 0, no transactions since December of 2000...and the total of the opening bids for his first five eBay auctions is about $175,000. One could not wish for a better example of "Hope springs eternal..."