I have made lots of 4x5 B&W internegatives from 35mm color slides. It works very well. However the film is expensive and working in the dark is inconvenient. I would like to copy a large amount of slides so that I have a separate archive on 35mm roll film, available for later printing, which I will store with the slides. This will only cost $3-4 for the 35mm film, and should be a quick operation. For family photos/postcards, a 35mm dupe should be sufficient quality.
I do have a 50mm 2.8 EL-Nikkor enlarging lens, but it won't work for me. I don't have a bellows; I only have extension tubes, so I actually need a lens that has internal focusing.
Last edited by BetterSense; 12-19-2012 at 02:14 PM. Click to view previous post history.
f/22 and be there.