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Panorama rotating lens camera

I saw a noblex on sale here.Actually I saw both the 135 and 120 versions.
Has anyone used either?
any problems,advantages,quirks with rotating lenses?

thanks

by Emanuel Ferretti at 2007-04-30 05:26:28 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) barcelona , Spain | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Dekuji,Michal.

but I realised I was fine with cropping.
cheaper too.

nice site though.

by Emanuel Ferretti | 04 Jun 2007 03:06 | barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→
Also, talk to Omar Mullick. He’s been using a Widelux for quite some time now and has the thing down to a science.

omullick [at] yahoo [dot] com

by [former member] | 04 Jun 2007 03:06 (ed. Jun 4 2007) | | Report spam→
thank you, Mustafah.
I’ll just ‘cough cheap cough’ crop.

by Emanuel Ferretti | 04 Jun 2007 04:06 | barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→
I know Michal.
that’s what interested me.the sky/sea horizon.
I wanted to post a pic of the american photg that cropped his 8×10s to really long thin panos.but I can’t remember the name.
completely different look, and depth to the sudek images.
Thinking about loading a camera inside a changing bag while lying on the ground.With one arm.
Of course this was an improvement over walking to the outskirts with a single shot camera and walking back.
Where there’s a will there’s a way I suppose.
I saw a great homebuilt panoramic rotating pinhole camera.
But I’m saving the project for my hills and beaches in tuscany.
paper negatives of course.
best.

by Emanuel Ferretti | 04 Jun 2007 23:06 | barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→

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