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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    There will be a number of replies that say because the difference in ratio (1.5:1 vs 1.17:1) of the different format you can't do this.
    6x7 has an aspect ratio of 1:1.25 (4:5).

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter k. View Post
    But what are your thoughts? A 90, 180, 360... or a 90, 250, ... or ... ??
    thanks...
    As others have said, halve the MF FL to get rough approximation of the same angle of view of 35mm. The scene will determine the focal length you need. Personally, I generally carry three lenses when hiking with my GS-1; 50mm, 110mm macro and 200mm. I also have the 250mm, but it is substantially longer and heavier than the 200mm for some reason.

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