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    multiformat roll film camera by Dr. Gilde

    Dr. Gilde's 66-17 MST Super 3D camera
    Here's a link to a video demo i saw on the lf photo forum.
    Cool camera capable of 6x6 through 6x17 images with many functions of a view camera.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jljr6AYETZ8&eurl=


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    Nice, very nice. And the price ain't bad for the level of workmanship.

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    Thanks a lot for this link. Very informative!
    What a beauty that system is.

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    Those sliding masks look great, though it must be tricky managing the film advance. Of course if you can afford the camera, you don't mind a little extra margin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    Those sliding masks look great, though it must be tricky managing the film advance. Of course if you can afford the camera, you don't mind a little extra margin.

    At photokina 2004 he was showing an electric film advance back. This photokina he also had a sliding-back (stitchable) digi option.

    Cheers,

    R. (www.rogerandfrances.com)

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    Hmm. I've had my eye on the stereo version for a while. I wonder if Fotoman have a stereo camera in the works.

    Best,
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