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    hmm, surprised this hasn't been posted yet. won't be getting one but looks impressive nonetheless

    http://bit.ly/AkiJYC

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    Ok, so why are there 3 holes?

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    Three different apertures/pinhole sizes?

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    I couldn't figure out why there would be holes off center.

    Duh.

    There is only the one hole in the middle and the other 2 are just places to store the other lenses.

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    It could be to simulate rise and/or shift movements, if it the pinhole covers 8x10 in all positions. Its useful.
    Last edited by FredW; 03-08-2012 at 12:43 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Fred, according to a guy on Flickr, who had a chat with Mike Walker, you are exactly right. They are on the prototype, but aren't guaranteed to make it to production.

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    A offset pinhole can also be use to balance the light, the natural light falloff can act is a grad ND filter to control the over bright sky.

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    good to know, It took a while to think of a reason. Its my most common camera adjustment when doing landscape, a little front rise often does wonders for the composition.

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    I saw that, around £400 when it hits the market apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacReady View Post
    I saw that, around £400 when it hits the market apparently.
    SAY WHAT ?????

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