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Well done, but Iprefer the method where a target disk is placed into the scene and it's size is measured on the ground glass .a ruler measures the disk diameter, which has a direct link to the exposure compensation required.
good luck. ask for a free pdf of this method by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
A lot of that Lambrecht stuff I've seen is pretty easy, clear, and logical. That PDF download makes me want to keep my Kodak Master Photoguide more handy. Good effort though.
p.s. I normally charge between $150 and $200 per hour to do research.
But thanks, all those pages are too complicated for me, I looked at it and was like, "yea no.." Lol
Maybe you need to stop typing and read the material. It's really very basic and well explained. Yes, the measurement is between the film and lens planes, but as you say being really precise or accurate isn't really necessary. Jim's "cut-out thing" is in more than one of those links. They may be round instead of square, but same thing.
I was assuming it was some kind of PDF you could print and cut out that's what I was looking for so I saw the pages with math on it I just didn't bother :-0
You kids are going to drive me crazy. Post 15. Click and print, then cut out with scizzors. Ignore all of the others since they have words and numbers.
I don't normally do closeup work. But my Mamiya RB67 medium format is really very capable of that and has bellows adjustment markings on it to make adjustments. Are those accurate or do you have to do more?
Probably better to ask the marketing guys than the engineers. Engineers love numbers, and scales, and marking, and all sorts of technical stuff. Marketing guys are better at figuring out what the majority of users want and need and will pay for. But if you wonder about engineers, start a thread and ask away. Me and my kind will be glad to give you an education. Just have a slide rule ready so you can understand the lesson and do your homework. [as you say: :munch:]I have the same Mamiya RZ67 and the chart works fine, it's a wonder to me they didn't incorporate the same sort of chart on all modern LF cameras, it seems kind of like a no brained to me, but no one's done it yet, I mean the least they could have done was added ruler markings on the field camera bodies so you didn't have to carry one in the field, sometimes I wonder about these engineers... Lol
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