Well the camera looks good


puma

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 21:52
Seen this today love the camera but well the man I donít know see link My question is would you use a camera like this
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fatspider

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 22:00
Now that's PROPER photography

I'd happily use it in a studio, but humping it around, definitely not.
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Haworth

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 22:23
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but humping it around, definitely not

'Tis but a pocket camera compared to this one:

Darren Samuelson's big camera that used x-ray film for negatives

I've got a Sinar 5x4 which I have owned for about a year, but have still not used it for anything other that table-top still-lifes. I am itching to use it in the landscape, but it is just finding the time. Must say my results so far have been pretty awful! Takes a lot to use well, and I can really appreciate Terrance Hounsell's skill in producing images to that standard.

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Last Edited by Haworth on 10/05/2012 - 22:27

arno

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 22:34
I'd rather go all the way and build one of these:

http://vimeo.com/39578584

puma

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 22:41
Haworth wrote:
Quote:
but humping it around, definitely not

'Tis but a pocket camera compared to this one:

Darren Samuelson's big camera that used x-ray film for negatives

I've got a Sinar 5x4 which I have owned for about a year, but have still not used it for anything other that table-top still-lifes. I am itching to use it in the landscape, but it is just finding the time. Must say my results so far have been pretty awful! Takes a lot to use well, and I can really appreciate Terrance Hounsell's skill in producing images to that standard.

H.

Bloody hell
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Haworth

Link Posted 10/05/2012 - 22:44
@arno - now that's the Daddy!
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NaimKhan

Link Posted 14/05/2012 - 19:56
My father had a handheld version - you pulled out the front for the bellows and a small lever to 'prime' the camera, after which you could shoot. Used a '120' film. I have plans to get it off him, which I may do when I next go to Pakistan.
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