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    Who are you calling 'you computer people'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas View Post
    Actually I have a set of mirrors I can mount up to do this. Does a pretty respectable job too.
    Garry,
    of course,mirrors are brilliant. Also more accruate and faster.

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    Scheimpflug is possible with the Durst M805 series.
    Tilting head and lens plane.
    Angle of tilt is supported by a scale?
    harry

    Release, the best you can do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Wilson View Post
    Mine are called paint stirrers.
    That's my kind of darkroom!

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    I use the Phillips PCS 130 as diagram shows at top of page 2.

    In camera correct looks less stretched so is better if you can do it.

    There are two problems with any of these systems, focus and uneven exposure.

    I first set up the print with a paper that has straight lines on it so I can see if lines are parallel. Then I focus on the sprocket holes by tipping the lens and then using the enlarger focus bellows. That way you get focus across the whole neg without stopping down. Exposure is solved by using a dodge card. Start the time covering the whole print and uncover the wide end first moving uo toward the narrow end.

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