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    Senior Member Cameron Currier's Avatar
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    This is incredible.
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    it reminds me of the pro & mini 35 days.
    But now 35mm is 1/3" and 35mm is 8x10".

    It is a beautiful shot you got there, and a beautiful rig.
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    Thanks Berenger,

    Thank god I found a screen that I don't need to move around like the old pro35 adapters ;-)

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    Love this project, the footage looks great! I can't believe you made a geared focus for an 8x10 camera-- that's brilliant.

    The vignetting really is very subtle compared to what I might have expected. With those specs (4.5, covers 8x10), I'm guessing that that's a process lens optimized for close-up work. Did you experiment with different ground glass?
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    Thanks. The taking lens is just a standard 210mm russian 8x10 lens. I went through every ground glass out there and landed on this exotic film transfer screen which I replaced the GG with.

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