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    now that's some serious insight. Truth is, I know nothing about lens design, and while I can look at pictures, I'm not sure what to be looking for when comparing to other designs, would you recommend a reading on lens design?

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    Honestly, it's cheap as hell, so I'm going for a Polaroid Big Shot whenever I can find one I can afford. I know I can use Fuji FP-3000b in shade and Fuji FP-100b or FP-100c in daylight. I'd hate to have to buy flash cubes, effectively doubling the price to shoot. That's why I'm concerned with the film types.
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    Nathan, do you know how to compensate exposure when using the spacers on the Universal/600 for macro work?

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    No, I've never done any sort of medium format macro photography. I'm just a fashion/portrait/event photographer.
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    Yashica T4, Yashica Electro 35 GTN, Yashica-D.

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