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    Congrats, Søren!

    Now you've got a serious kit to play with, let's see some work done with it.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Thanks guys, I envy myself
    I cant find any serialnumber on the rear of the lens so I might have to take it apart.
    Sorry jerevan, I don't have a scanner
    How about the screens from "Sheetfilm" ?
    I can't wait to get the opotunity to try it out, I already have three or four subjects in mind
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    8x10 is the next, then does beckon the ULF. Then be satisfied, we will. Your turn to the darkslide will be complete, it will.

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    I have three 90mm Super-Angulon f8 lenses, of different vintages, and they are all "tack" sharp, if stopped down just a little bit.

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    Ok, I have been searching for a 90 mm for my 4x5 for a few months now. I have seen Fujinon F8, Super Angulon F8 and Super Angulon F6.8.

    Can anyone help me understand the quality differences?

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    Congratulations Soeren, welcome to the Norma club.

    My recommendation would be to just use the beast for a while and see what you miss, or what annoys you so much you are prepared to spend money to change it.

    if you want a cheap pile of E6 film for learning with, MXV in the UK have a large pile of slightly out of date 5x4 Astia and Velvia (the Velvia in Quickload).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren View Post
    ... I cant find any serialnumber on the rear of the lens so I might have to take it apart. ...
    There is no serial on the rear of mine, either. Nor have I ever found any other reference to there being serial numbers on both cells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struan Gray View Post
    Congratulations Soeren, welcome to the Norma club.

    My recommendation would be to just use the beast for a while and see what you miss, or what annoys you so much you are prepared to spend money to change it.
    Thats a great idea Struan. Plenty of things to use money for with such a beast. Loupe, Lenses, Darkslides etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Struan Gray View Post
    if you want a cheap pile of E6 film for learning with, MXV in the UK have a large pile of slightly out of date 5x4 Astia and Velvia (the Velvia in Quickload).
    What ??? Its not a toycamera, its a 13X18
    Well ok Struan it would be a great idea if I did the E6 processing myself. One sheet is 55DKR at a prolab in Copenhagen
    I thought about buying some 4X5 Tri-X and soup them in Diafine but I do have a pack of Adox 100 in 13X18.
    I look forward to our little shootout and/or the Vrå-tour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole View Post
    Søren,

    My 90mm f:8 Super Angulon is super sharp, and covers 5x7" straight on. If it's "pictorial effects only", there might be something very wrong with it.
    How about movements? Not much I suspect. I plan to do some shooting in a couple of days if the weathergods behave.
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    Movements?

    let's say - sufficient for this one:
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