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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    Congrats on the camera, Jim. I find some of the door/window shots simply wonderful. Where can I buy a Galli print? I'd like to get "Cribs, Goldfield NV" (270 G-Claron), and there is one portrait of yours in particular that my mom wants.
    You've got a mom JB? I hope it's not one of the ones that was in VC mag. Those have gotten REALLY expensive
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    Must be some dirty pictures. The fire wall at work has your site blocked as ADULT CONTENT.

    I guess I will have to wait until the kids are asleep to check out the site. I just love out filter system.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Very neat format, Jim!
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    Sweeeet!

    I was a bit surprised to realize that there isn't really any other format with that ratio in LF; 617 is of course fairly successful in MF. Visually it is obviously quite special. Very good decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimgalli View Post
    Very surprised to hear the little 203 f7.7 will cover 5X12. I figured 5X7 would be a stretch for that lens. I'll probably massage my lens choices a bit.
    Truly, it doesn't. I use it stopped down all the way to f/45 (on 8x10 & 5x12) and it has two soft corners and two slightly cut off corners. However, it has a look that I like.
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    And For Some Pics of the PRETTY Camera...

    For some photos of the camera click on the URL...



    http://tonopahpictures.0catch.com/Ch...Cam514PIX.html

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    oh... .... it even includes your name on it.

    nice touch.

    Long and thin .... I always heard that girth was a good thing...


    very exciting and like the images you posted Jim.

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    oh Man!! Jim, that is a sweet looking camera - what does weigh in at? Maybe we should talk them into making some 7x11 cameras/holders -
    Thanks for sharing the pic of the camera.
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    Maybe a dumb question, but why not 6x17 or even 6x18, a real 1:3 format?
    Don't dream your life - live your dream.
    I'm using FILM because nature isn't made of squares.

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    truth be told

    Quote Originally Posted by toyotadesigner View Post
    Maybe a dumb question, but why not 6x17 or even 6x18, a real 1:3 format?

    I have heard 2nd hand from the tiny green people, that Mr Galli has the planet's largest supply of film for the camera....in an underground bunker in the Rachel Nevada area, which is easily accessed via underground highway from the outskirts of Tonopah Nevada and accessed only by citizens with special G ratings and security level 4 and higher government personnel......
    Last edited by Dave Wooten; 11-03-2007 at 02:52 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: fact correction and removal of classified info.
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