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    Greg Davis's Avatar
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    If you still want to try one, Igor's Camera in Ohio has one each of the f/9 and f/12 versions for around $300 or so. It's possible that my copy was really bad. It's been about 5 or 6 years since I used it.
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    I have shot the 120 on 8x10 a LOT. it covers, but not by much. I have shot the 120 on 4x10 a LOT more. I don't have any examples of 8x10 online, but my entire Utah Bigfoot series that I shot much of with the 4x10 is online. There are some examples of significant vignetting, but that was b/c of the Lee filter holder I was using (the rubber-band one...), and me getting sloppy/lazy.
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    This is another Fujinon 125mm on 8x10. It is cropped not much more than what I usually crop with a border easel to make sure the image edge dose not fall inside the blades.

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