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    Clay, Ole, The camera has its own feel to it. Yes as a pano it does not add up. But as a hand held street walking fast handling camera it is remarkable! Pop in film set exposure and go. The larger cameras, Sure they are great, I have a pano back for my LF (well 4x5) also but it is nice to run and gun at times and this guy makes it really easy.
    Stop trying to get into my mind, There is nothing there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    Clayton, the horizon 'round here is never that flat.

    Of the 100+ shots I've made with the 35W back, more than half were vertical...
    Ole, it's the same here, hills everywhere and I've never done a single vertical panorama.

    Clayton

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    I'm kind of wanting to fashion a panoramic pinhole camera...24mmx80mm. I'd count, right?

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    Go for it Stephanie.

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    What exactly is the ratio of the xpan panoramic frame?

    i think its more than 2.5:1 ..??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomassauerwein
    Yes as a pano it does not add up.
    True, until you start climbing high peaks, loading Kodachrome 25 in it, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1
    What exactly is the ratio of the xpan panoramic frame?

    i think its more than 2.5:1 ..??
    1:2,71

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    xpan2 + 30mm + rvp 100

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