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    I could only find a couple



    [size=1](This camera body currently coated in black gaffer tape, BTW)[/size]

    No pix I could readily find of the others... (guess I should shoot a mirror shot of my TLR with the Rolleinar mismounted, heh ^_^;;; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    The Superb takes 120. I saw one for sale at B&H recently, but it had a Skopar instead of a Heliar. The Superb is the first parallax correcting TLR. The whole mirror/screen/viewing lens assembly tilts as you focus. It also has a bubble level in the finder, and the shutter speed, focus distance, and aperture are all visible from the top of the camera. Film winds horizontally by a ratcheting lever, and there is a frame counter, but no auto-stop mechanism.
    Very cool. Those are all beautiful cameras & I'm sure are a complete joy to use.

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    My pride and joy... A mil-spec combat pinhole with macro.
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    Imitation cameras come with big egos, real cameras do not include accessories.

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    I'll have Korona please...

    My recently restored 4x5 and a Model C Ries, also refinished.
    Next is the 8x10 Korona.

    Used this the first time with film at the Per Volquartz Zion workshop.
    I had the "oldest" camera.

    I'd display my ULF format beast, but that may be considered lewd....
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    Heres my Anba 4x5, the one I use most. I've also got a Korona 8x10 much like Matt Millers than needs a little TLC on the gears. Then theres the other two 4x5s, a Cambo Cadet and a Cambo 45NX, our three Bronica SQA and SQAi cameras, the various Canon EOS 35mm and one lonely EOS digicamera. I rarely take the time to mess with portraits of the cameras.
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    New Toy

    Well, here is a copy of my new toy. Since I haven't tried it yet I can't say it's my favourite, but I anticipate that will be the case.
    I suppose it's obvious where the new lens I just bought from Donsta will fit?
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    My Mini-Banquet 4x10
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    First 4x5

    I've posted this camera before, but what the heck. Here it is again. My first attempt at a 4x5 showing the 545i back in place. This one was too heavy (I don't know if I could get it on an airplane due to weight and safety considerations), so I made the next one a bit lighter and easier to build, handle and carry. I needed movements, so this attempt at "saving money" was fine until I went a bit further with 4x5.

    I'm still contemplating an 8x10 ultralight made out of composite materials with full movements and a long bellows. Who knows, some day my back may decide the old B&J beast just isn't portable enough. I still can't afford a sherpa and a burro would require a trailer, feed, water and more maintenance than I care to provide.

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    Shot of me and "Cassie" in Southern Utah

    Here's one from 2 years ago of "Cassie" and me.


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    Technology is not a panacea. It alone will not move your art forward. Only through developing your own aesthetic - free from the tools that create it - can you find new dimension to your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbarker
    How about the big one scolding the little one?

    LOL....good one.

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