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    Quote Originally Posted by c.d.ewen View Post
    I'll give a fast shout-out to the Brooks Veriwide with 47mm Super Angulon. If I remember correctly, they covered 120°, using 120/220. Any body ever try it?

    Charley
    I'm about to build Veriwide clone with SA 47/8 mated to old 6x9 folder. Did the same with 65/8 SA, results are absolutely lovely:


    The same 65/8 attached to 120 Holga Panoram pinhole body gives you sharp and nice 6x12:

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    Quote Originally Posted by werra View Post
    The same 65/8 attached to 120 Holga Panoram pinhole body gives you sharp and nice 6x12
    That's exactly what I was going to do before I built my 6x12 65mm camera.


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    Re: the brooks verriwide.. I've been wanting one for a long time. but the prices have skyrocketed. Now run about $1500

    Re: DIY 6x12 from a folder.. yeah I'd like one of those too.. unfortunately I am totally useless when it comes to building something. I probably have all the parts needed.
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    [QUOTE=Steve Smith;1273549]With film?!!!


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    Yes, Microsoft ICE works fine with film if the frames are scanned to digital first.

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    I think it was Canon that made a cheap little 35mm camera, fixed speed, that would make 35mm panoramic pictures. You can probably find one on Ebay for $10 or less. I have one, and it makes decent pictures. I think my enlargements are about 8"x20".

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    There used to be some panorama throwaways that were actually decent. Might be possible to respool one of those and even upgrade the lens.

    If you're scanning anyway then just stitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjmeyer314 View Post
    I think it was Canon that made a cheap little 35mm camera, fixed speed, that would make 35mm panoramic pictures. You can probably find one on Ebay for $10 or less. I have one, and it makes decent pictures. I think my enlargements are about 8"x20".
    I think most of the 35mm p+s cameras that had panaorama functionality used a cropped 24x35mm frame rather than a 24x(longer than 35mm) frame.
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    What about the 35mm panorama adapters for medium-format cameras? I think in a TLR you will only get verticle format.
    Will they work in a folder maybe?
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    Well you can feed 135 through almost any MF rollfilm camera, that's easy. I posted a how-to a long time ago and showed some results. You just split a 120 spool in two, clip some plastic away, and put the two ends onto a 135 can.

    For the mamiya 6MF and 7/7ii there are adapters you can buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwms View Post
    For the mamiya 6MF and 7/7ii there are adapters you can buy.
    There are normal and panoramic 35mm adaptors for the Bronica ETRS too.


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