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    Quote Originally Posted by vyshemirsky View Post
    Do you have 45N-1 or 45N-2? There was a significant change in the design of the fresnel lens for the 45N-2.

    I have a 90mm f/8 Super Angulon, It isn't easy to focus, but not impossible.
    I had the n-1, now the n-2. The significant change was swapping the position of the fresnel to the viewer side of the ground glass, that's it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollei fan View Post
    Chamonix 045N-2 would be a better alternative I think, but I must get the camera within a few weeks, and I don't know how long it takes to get a Chamonix...
    I'm on the current waiting list for a Chamonix 45n-2. Delivery is set for April.
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    hi, i have the shen-hao ptb45, very cool little camera, i use the 65 with the bag bellows but you dont need a recessed board for movements but you do need the bag for movements, i have even used my 47mm on 6x9 on a regular lens board, its a great camera, from what i understand the shen hao and the chamonix are almost identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenimage View Post
    hi, i have the shen-hao ptb45, very cool little camera, i use the 65 with the bag bellows but you dont need a recessed board for movements but you do need the bag for movements, i have even used my 47mm on 6x9 on a regular lens board, its a great camera, from what i understand the shen hao and the chamonix are almost identical.
    What ground glass do you have on the PTB45 when you use 65mm (is it f8 or better?)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollei fan View Post
    I have almost decided to get a Shen Hao PTB45 + 65mm and 90mm lenses + 6x12 / 6x9 roll film holder.

    Questions:
    1) does the PTB45 need a bag bellows or/and recessed lens board for movements with the 65mm (when shooting 6x9)?

    2) for 65mm and 90mm lenses, would it be wise to get an Ebony screen with wide-angle fresnel ? Or could I manage with the standard Shen Hao screen as I mainly will shoot 6x9 and 6x12?

    3) could an Ebony screen with wide-angle fresnel be used with longer lenses, say 150mm or 250mm?

    Any help appreciated !
    Hi , I will be putting my Shen Hao C/W bag bellows and 6x17 rollfilm back on the market very soon if you are interested ,oh and to answer your question on the Shen hao i use the bag bellows on 90 and wider . Regards Gary

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