Thanks for the info on the focal length. It's given me something to work with in terms of what I think would be ideal for me. All this is pretty new to me after switching over from those nasty d____ cameras. I do like to be as low-key as possible, and I think a Crown Graphic could be a bit too big and bulky for some of the walks I go on, and just lugging around cities.
Originally Posted by rbarker
I hadn't thought about changing cones for it, but I don't think it will be a terribly big problem. I'll only go with one focal length to begin with and have a really good play around with the camera (should I pull the trigger) for a few months before I consider branching out to one, maybe two more focal lengths at the most.
How do you think I'll get along using grad ND's with a camera like this? I had thought that if composing with the groundglass inplace and using them in a cokin style holder that I could make some crude estimations, then load the film and work from that. Will I ever nail it properly, or will it always be a bit hit and miss?