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    lens shade for turner-reich/8x10 korona

    Anybody know what the best hood for this combo of lens and camera is? I'm having a little flare trouble. I saw that Chamonix were doing shades before but I can't find them any more. Cheers

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    You can get a shade for another camera and modify it to fit yours. Here are two, one for Cambo and another for Shen Hao.
    http://www.jimscamerasseattle.com/coshforcasc4.html
    http://www.badgergraphic.com/store/c...t_detail&p=125

    I usually use the darkslide to block the sun.

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    I would say the darkslide that you have in your hand (hopefully) while exposing.

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    Check out the Lee lens shade system. A dark slide is handy but doesn't block light reflecting from other surfaces, and it has a nasty habit of showing up on negatives. You may need to have an adapter sleeve made if your lens doesn't have a threaded filter ring.

    Peter Gomena

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    The only problem with Lee shades is that they are out of stock everywhere and the date for new stock keeps getting pushed back.
    www.gregorytdavis.com

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    That's too bad, they're good shades. I use mine on my view camera lenses and my Hasselblad. It's very useful.

    Peter Gomena



 

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