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    Default What is the Model of this bellows?

    Dear all,

    May I know what is the brand and model of this bellows?





    As you can see, when you place the 5D vertically, it sorts of tilt the bellows, may I know does it supports Tilt & Shift?

    Thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: What is the Model of this bellows?

    picture to small to tell, but the second photo looks like the old Nikon bellow.

    this is the older model.


    this is the new model,

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    Default Re: What is the Model of this bellows?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    picture to small to tell, but the second photo looks like the old Nikon bellow.

    this is the older model.


    this is the new model,

    Hi,

    Any idea how much it would cost if budget constraint cant buy LF. Mainly would like more DOF for product besides getting a LF and TS lens.

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    cheaper and better alternative:
    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...acro/index.htm
    only work with contax c/y lens.

    i am selling mine now, check out the classified section

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    Default Re: What is the Model of this bellows?

    Quote Originally Posted by projekts View Post
    cheaper and better alternative:
    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography...acro/index.htm
    only work with contax c/y lens.

    i am selling mine now, check out the classified section
    Looks impressive. Since I am a EOS user, I would need a Contax - EOS mount adaptor for the 5D and a Contax lens?

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    Default Re: What is the Model of this bellows?

    just to let you know that if you are using a bellow unit, you are shooting in macro, not something big, or you can shoot at infinity focus. and you if want do all the tilt and swing movement, the bellow have to extent to a certain length, else you don't have the room to do tilt and swing.
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