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01-24-2019, 12:30 PM - 1 Like   #12901
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I'd add I know an online person that is 3-D printing 6x12 and 6x17 format pano bodies. You need to supply the lens and view finder for lens/aspect combo. But he has working examples and I've seen pictures from people who purchased copies of his camera. He made his helicoid go past infinity for a macro option that I wish the designers of the GX617 would have thought of.
Apparently you can download the files and print your own:

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01-24-2019, 12:33 PM - 8 Likes   #12902
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Backpacking along the Olympic Coast Wilderness area in the winter when everyone is gone but not the food-thieving, masked bandit raccoons.
At some points you have to wait for a favorable tide to continue on your trek. Once again back when you could just freely hike on public land.

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01-24-2019, 02:39 PM - 5 Likes   #12903
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A couple from Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

The Grand Teton Range, P67, 35mm f/4.5 6x7 SMC Fisheye Takumar, 320TXP, HC-110B





Lower Falls and Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, P67, SMC 55mm f/4 6x7, 320TXP, HC-110B

01-24-2019, 03:08 PM   #12904
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The Grand Teton Range, P67, 35mm f/4.5 6x7 SMC Fisheye Takumar, 320TXP, HC-110B
That fisheye takes the grand out of the Teton That's one lens I never had the money for because I always had some other lens to get first.

01-24-2019, 03:34 PM   #12905
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That fisheye takes the grand out of the Teton That's one lens I never had the money for because I always had some other lens to get first.
A good way to put it!

I stumbled on a good deal for this one from a seller in Japan; good glass but a lot of external wear, so I jumped on it.
01-24-2019, 04:10 PM - 1 Like   #12906
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I stumbled on a good deal for this one from a seller in Japan; good glass but a lot of external wear, so I jumped on it.
Yeah sometimes you just have to go for it. I think perhaps now I could find more pictures to take with it then back when I was buying most of my Pentax 67 gear.
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Went out on one of the boats on Ullswater with photographer Mark Littlejohn this morning. I almost didn't bother grabbing the camera from the car as initially the light was very flat, but it improved somewhat...

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I brought along a stud mount to made a monopod out of a stick I'd find there on this backpacking trip to the Olympic Coast. It was somewhat helpful.

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View (cropped) from Nutibara Hill of the Metropolitan Theater (lower right), Edificio Inteligente epm (left) and Sagrado Corazón de Jesús parish (mid right) in Medellin, Colombia. September 29th, 2018.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I'd add I know an online person that is 3-D printing 6x12 and 6x17 format pano bodies. You need to supply the lens and view finder for lens/aspect combo. But he has working examples and I've seen pictures from people who purchased copies of his camera. He made his helicoid go past infinity for a macro option that I wish the designers of the GX617 would have thought of.
Fun! I have a 65mm LF lens that would work well on something like that.
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Sun and snow

Temperature is 14 degrees F, but with delightfully bright sunshine.

KIT: 645Z with CZJ 180mm f 2.8.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ivanvernon Quote
Temperature is 14 degrees F, but with delightfully bright sunshine.

KIT: 645Z with CZJ 189 f 2.8.
I can really feel the cold in that top shot.
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The shift has the appearance of some divergence of the building top was added in the second one but lines look pretty vertical individually.
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