Coal-Fired Power Station, Panographic

After a long pause in uploading images, I just start with a test of the new possibility to upload larger sizes now. Link concerning the camera used: http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/FT-2.

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Coal-Fired Power Station, Panographic
Heinz, Feb 10, 2018
Eschweiler, Germany
Equipment Used:
Film & Developer:
Agfaphoto APX 100, XTOL 1:1
Paper & Developer:
Negative Scan
    • cliveh
      Wow, this image certainly has a direction of travel.
    • Mick Fagan
      Wow, pretty impressive. I have never heard of this camera before, so I looked carefully at the picture you posted; then I saw the uplifted power cables which changed direction as the perspective changed. This suggested it was a swinging lens camera; it is.

      Did a search and came up with some interesting information that answered one question I had. Why is the picture so long? Answer, it uses a 50mm lens as opposed to my 28mm lens in my Horizon 202.

      Well chosen subject for this kind of camera.

    • jnantz
      absolute perfection! thank you for posting this !
    • couldabin
      Very interesting. I am in the process of making a panoramic camera that will use 120/220 film, and capture a 360 view. Thanks for posting this.
    • bsdunek
      Yes, WOW! Great composition. Excellent use of a panoramic camera.
    • Heinz
      Thank you all for these kind comments - now that I can post the panographic images in the needed width, I have to reactivate my KMZ FT-2!
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