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    All of the images are extremely interesting to me. I find merit in each image and appreciate your taking the time and effort to share them with us. I really enjoy your work Jim! This demonstration is wonderful.

    Charlie.................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Webb
    All of the images are extremely interesting to me. I find merit in each image and appreciate your taking the time and effort to share them with us. I really enjoy your work Jim! This demonstration is wonderful.

    Charlie.................................

    Ya! What he said!

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    Jim- thanks so much for taking the trouble to shoot & post these for us. You're dead on about Eidoscope- really superb- the bokeh, the modeling, the roundness, the tones. I think the set-up is too hard on the Imagon, though. They are not meant to be used without the sieves nor as close-up lenses. The 250mm Imagon was also only designed to cover 5x7 at a portrait distance. How about a head & shoulders set of comparisons WITH a sieve in the Imagon, on 5x7??? Pretty please...
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    Peach blossom or Beach blossom? Or are you alluding to another recent purchase?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfwhitaker
    Peach blossom or Beach blossom? Or are you alluding to another recent purchase?....

    First, Thanks Russ and everyone else for the nice words. The Imagon definitely needs my attention. Far more than it got in this little series.

    LOL Will, no it was a typo that I couldn't get fixed.

    Beach blossom. Now there's an idea. 16" Beach Multifocal VS 15.5" Velostigmat, Vss. 11X14 Series Ic B&L Tessar, Vss. only God knows? 18" Hyperion maybe. I need to quit my day job and play with this stuff full time.
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    16" Kodak Portrait falls into that range rather nicely....
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    What Charles and Whitey said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimgalli View Post
    First, Thanks Russ and everyone else for the nice words. The Imagon definitely needs my attention. Far more than it got in this little series.

    LOL Will, no it was a typo that I couldn't get fixed.

    Beach blossom. Now there's an idea. 16" Beach Multifocal VS 15.5" Velostigmat, Vss. 11X14 Series Ic B&L Tessar, Vss. only God knows? 18" Hyperion maybe. I need to quit my day job and play with this stuff full time.
    Hi Jim, do you know this light weight Eidoscope? Would you tell about this version? See please Ebay:
    http://cgi.ebay.at/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=280322891622

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    I added f-stop scales to my Imagon and use it at 8-11 with good results. It gives just a bit of diffusion.
    DIGITAL IS FOR THOSE AFRAID OF THE DARK.

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