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    6x9 shift test with filter

    Hi,

    some tests after adding a shift capability to this camera.

    Ilford XP2, 30 mm f/150 6x9 format, orange filter.img757_up_a_m.jpgimg762_up_a_m.jpg
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    I like the first one.... would have been interesting to see it w and w/o shift.
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    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Martin, both stunning images. How much was the lens raised in the first shot?

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    Really like the way the shift control the way the image looks.
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    Memory lapse - I should have said 'pinhole' not 'lens'.

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    Martin, both stunning images. How much was the lens raised in the first shot?

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    Interesting. Obviously the shift works well as do the filters. I think you have a great combination there.
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    Thank you all for comments! Barry, I have not recorded that but as I can remember, it was between 20 and 25 mm.
    The world is not black and white. It often looks good in grayscale, though.
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