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    Home made ULF camera

    "Photography, like surfing, is an infinite process, a constantly evolving exploration of life."
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    Nice camera. Congratulations.
    I'm building a 16x20 as well and it is almost finished (a little paint and velvet and it is ready).
    Good luck with your pictures.

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    Wow. What lens are you using to cover a 16x20 piece of film?
    "Photography, like surfing, is an infinite process, a constantly evolving exploration of life."
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnielvis View Post
    nice...what's all the metal hardware things sticking out at regular intervals? some kind of rod system for locking the standards to gether?
    Those are bulldog clips. I guess the photos were taken during a dry fit up before the bellows were permanently attached to the standards.

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    Negative diopter?

    I'm curious. As it isn't in the build photos, did you attach it to the back of the lens or to the front like a typical filter? Also, where did you find a negative diopter lens of such a diameter?
    A day without light is like ... a bad sync cord.

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    Negative diopter

    Thanks. I've ordered a couple of negative f.l. meniscus lenses to experiment.
    A day without light is like ... a bad sync cord.



 

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