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    David - I will experiment with and without the disk, at different aperatures, etc and show you the results the next time we meet up. - Jim

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    Hi, Jim, I can see you having a lot of fun now. Can't believe that old piece of lens still works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aj-images
    David- That is the Imagon.
    Cool!

    I've just bought an Imagon 240mm - it was sold as "part of an Imagon - rear group only"

    I'll have to pop it in a shutter and see what it does!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aj-images
    David - I will experiment with and without the disk, at different aperatures, etc and show you the results the next time we meet up. - Jim
    I'll be interested to see them!

    Maybe we should have a soft focus lens event. I have a few, and J. G. Motamedi has some, and you could bring the Imagon, and we could post some comparison shots on APUG.
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    David, I have a Manhattan Optical Co. Extra Rapid Rectilnear #4. I think about 1900. Would that count for soft focus shot on the old f/4 or so? It's fun to use and I will bring it if we meet at Sandy Hook in the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highpeak
    Hi, Jim, I can see you having a lot of fun now. Can't believe that old piece of lens still works!
    Very fun Alex....hopefully you will win a LF camera on Ebay. I was thinking about setting up the studio camera on the boardwalk and shooting portraits of people as they walk by Avedon style. I got two great cloud shots which I will post as soon as I print them. - Jim

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    A rectilinear would indeed be a good lens to have in the mix.

    I've got my 8x10" camera working properly now, and should be getting a new bellows for the 11x14" in a couple of weeks, so I can bring something larger next time.
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    Hey Jim,

    I just got back the IR film. I think I've got some good ones in there.

    Thanks for the development and contacts.

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    Glad to hear they made it back to you ok Art. You indeed got some good shots. Look forward to seeing them. - Jim

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