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  1. #21

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    For a 300 is lens I would consider nothing other than the 305 G claron. Unlike the Fuji spec for the 300 8.8 which is perhaps the very most you can expect coverage-wise, the Schneider is conservative and it has enormous coverage reserves on 10x8 as well as being V sharp and small. Outstanding lens in modern shutter.

    Tom

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    Another vote for the 305 G-Claron!
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    How would you put a reducing back(6x17) on another reducing back (5x7?) Maybe Ebonys attach differently, but you might want to make sure you could do that before worrying about it(or are you refferring to a 6x17 insert?) If Ebony has sliders, that would be an efficient way of getting two 4x10s on a single sheet of 8x0 film for the wieght, bulk and cost of a simple piece of small wood shingle.

    I think you'd be happy with a 305mm G-claron too.

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm now trying to locate a 305 Claron. Not easy!
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