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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74 View Post
    Have you used the Mamiya back yet? I'm curious if the film plane (spacing relative to the ground glass) is the same.
    I've used them quite a lot, but only at relatively small apertures. They are sharp. I'll try some wide open to see if there is any discrepancy.

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    I've done some close up pics recently using the mamiya backs and a 150mm schneider symmar s. no focus issues at all. All is sharp where I want it to be: Click image for larger version. 

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    That's certainly good to know. And a great photograph.
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    good not to have.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mr. mohaupt View Post
    Damn you Leon... I had never seen a Horseman 985 but it's exactly what I want MF with tilt/shift/rise ect...

    Nice video though... Now I just have to explain to the wife....

    ~M
    good i dont have one.... a wife......
    which versions have back-rotation?
    btw: loud music at the beginning is disturbing also the one inbetween.
    regarding focus-precision:
    i was told that horseman-backs differ from others, but it was meant for the 4x5-ones.
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