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    This is a project I've been working on for a while. Finally got all the pieces put together. The photographed image is about 7" across. Very happy with the results. I'll be shooting interviews for a doc about a still photographer on this.
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    Please post this when you are done. Looks excellent!
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    So cool
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    Nice work Nick!
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    interesting would love to see more results
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    Thanks,

    I uploaded a motion test shot to vimeo. Lens on the view camera was a 210mm f4.5 shot at a 5.6, lens on the red was 25mm illumnia s35 at a t2, 1600 iso ll mode on gemini.

    DOF is obviously super skinny. But the thing about this set up is how smooth the OOF area of the frame is. Vignetting is subtle, I rather like it.

    https://vimeo.com/361575067
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    Nice one Nick!!!

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    This looked better than I thought it would. :-) Even knowing that there was a focusing screen, I thought the image quality was very good. Would NR be worth trying? Anyway, if you want very selective focus, why stop at VistaVision? Go all the way!

    This reminds me of this camera called Coatwolf:

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