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    Turn your DSLR into a view camera!

    Have a look at this fantastic bit of kit for DSLR users – well, Canon & Nikon at the moment.

    And you can use a combination of Rodenstock Rodagon lenses, as well as some standard medium format camera lenses including those for Hasselblad V, Mamiya and Pentax 645, newly designed digital lenses by Rodenstock and Schneider and most large format lenses.

    What a marveloous idea, especially for those who do a lot of macro/architectural work.
    Odille

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    G'day Odille

    Absolutely love it ~ it brings back memories from my RMIT photography days where I learned that "while 35mm was versatile, it wasn't the antz pantz the advertisers made it out to be"

    Tho - I'd hate to think what $$ goes with the stuff

    Regards, Phil
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    this is great...... takes your digital to another level

    ...... the second hand cost of the lens that are listed will only increase in price

    ...... I will get one if the price is reasonable....... if only for macro and control of DOF

    EDIT: here is one on the B&H site http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ew_Camera.html
    very different to one you have displayed...... maybe a new model
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    how good would that be....I want one.....it`s all your fault Odille....
    Graeme
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    Graeme - No, no, you have to blame Australian Photography magazine, my April copy came and there it was! And bixpix, it was the latest edition so maybe the B&H one is an earlier one. I knew it would be pricey, but I do have some old C and CFi blad lenses. . . . .

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