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    There is no movements on this 4x5 and it suppose to have a rangefinder up top but I removed it cause it was inaccurate.

    If you had this what would you use it for?

    Its lighter than 1Kg (I estimate 800g, I dont have a scale right now :P)

    flange distance is 55mm - 185mm


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    interesting~

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    Use it for a handheld 6x12 panorama camera by attaching a Da-Yi 612 roll film back. You'd want a focus helicoid for your lens.

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    I'd use it as a point and shoot with a zoom rangefinder. Who makes it?
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    Is that a true Linhof Technika model, or is it just a Technika lenboard?

    Looks very Alpa to me...
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

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    Turn it into an enlarger...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    Turn it into an enlarger...
    I will give you an Omega D4 in place of that to save you the hassle of conversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    Is that a true Linhof Technika model, or is it just a Technika lenboard?

    Looks very Alpa to me...
    The reason it looks Alpa is because it uses the same dimensions for the handle.

    and its also just the lens board

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    I'd use it as a point and shoot with a zoom rangefinder. Who makes it?
    I actually don't know who makes it but its developed with a small group of professionals photographer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawhead View Post
    Use it for a handheld 6x12 panorama camera by attaching a Da-Yi 612 roll film back. You'd want a focus helicoid for your lens.
    I actually have a used horseman 6x12 back and I use ground glass to focus it

    Im not sure why you would need a Helicoid.

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