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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie young View Post
    I would be curious to hear more about the kodak 3A conversions. Someone showing it on the web?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr5chrome View Post
    the webpage doesn't work beyond the intro page. tried different browsers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeinrichVoelkel View Post
    the webpage doesn't work beyond the intro page. tried different browsers...
    I heard that the lenses are the week point of these cameras, with exception of the latest models. Maybe one could put there a modern equivalent of the original F length, the camera is adjustable in the focus distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougGrosjean View Post
    3 different ways to get where you want to go are illustrated in the URLs below.

    Kodak Panoram - about $400, shoots on 120 film.
    35 mm Widelux - I'm guessing about $750.
    Rollei panoramic mount - maybe $100, plus computer.

    Results from the above cameras, shown on sites below.

    Route 66, 35mm Widelux and 120-film Kodak Panoram:
    http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetc...Dl&unified_p=1

    Trip home to Ohio from Santa Monica, via UT / CO, Widelux only:
    http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetc...p4&unified_p=1

    And here's an example of a Rollei pano head attached to a Rolleiflex, then the images Photomerged:
    http://gallery.photo.net/photo/4130332-md.jpg

    Your head spinning yet?

    Doug Grosjean
    Our friends at Surplus Shed have a sweet Metrogon 160mm
    lens 90 degree coverage with 9x9 inch coverage which would translate to 6cm x 30cm on 120 film. I'm tinkering with adapting a speed graphic, rear shutter, waterhouse stops in the lens and blackening out the white structures in the lens (because it was a projection lens) Total about $150-$200 if you make film holders out of old 4x5 cut film, butted end to end... hand tool work.

    David

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