Aggie said:What you could do is get a mask for the film holder that would essentially give you the same square format on what ever format camera you get.
georgeg said:You could buy a roll film back and shoot 6x6 and still have all your LF perspective controls.
wfwhitaker said:Otherwise it's a lot simpler to crop during enlarging
Make a mask darkslide (ie: a darkslide with most of the slide removed)
The bender camera system uses a similar darkslide to get 4x10s on 8x10 sheets...
Why not just cut one of the dark slides to 1 inch in length? It could be your mask for every shot. When you take out the regular dark slide, you insert the new really short one. That way it masks just the very top of the negative.
Joe it was 2 am when I made that post. I totally missed what you said. Guess great minds think alike. Or is it you are thinking down on my level? Heaven help you if you start thinking like me.Joe Symchyshyn said:
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