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Re: Full Frame Camera !

I think that may be a half frame camera
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

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I think that may be a half frame camera
I was thinking that. It's difficult to judge size but if I had to guess I'd say half plate.
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

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I think that may be a half frame camera
Could well be. I have no faith in these new-fangled smaller formats!
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

Give it another 200 - 250 years and I suspect the same or very similar comments will be made when viweing todays 'cutting edge' as objects of antique curiousity.
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

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I was thinking that. It's difficult to judge size but if I had to guess I'd say half plate.
I thought so too, but it may be designed for film negs rather than glass ones. The plate sizes usually referring to glass negative models.
5"x4" being the equivalent frame size.

Either way it looks like a lovely camera, not with the range of movements of my Toyo monorail, but certainly more aesthetically pleasing. The setting displays it perfectly.
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

Nicely done.
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Re: Full Frame Camera !

I think I've mentioned before, that many years ago I saw in the old Kodak museum in Wealdstone, a Victorian (or Edwardian) 20x16 contact print. The detail was incredible.

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I thought so too, but it may be designed for film negs rather than glass ones. The plate sizes usually referring to glass negative models.
5"x4" being the equivalent frame size.

Either way it looks like a lovely camera, not with the range of movements of my Toyo monorail, but crtainly more aesthetically pleasing. The setting displays it perfectly.
A glass half plate is 4 6 inches. You could get 5 x 4 glass plates, I had some 5 x 4 plate holders converted to hold film when I was shooting 5 x 4.
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