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    How about a B&L 40 inch (1016mm) f5.6? I have no clue what it serviced...
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    That is one big lens Kino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMfoto View Post
    That is one big lens Kino.
    Yes, it is not a retro focus design either, so you have to "walk to" the aperture ring to set it! :o

    One of these days, I'll figure out the image circle size and find something to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kino View Post
    Yes, it is not a retro focus design either, so you have to "walk to" the aperture ring to set it! :o

    One of these days, I'll figure out the image circle size and find something to do with it.
    Using a 30" Artar at a little less than 1:1 is about the same experience.
    Actually is really fun to work with on an old studio camera, since the beast takes up so much space, climbing over it to do your movements and recomposing. It feels a little ridiculous but it's a really satisfying thing, a real machine instead of just some silly little camera.

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