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Old 09-20-2015   #41
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Really intrigued here. Are these lenses easy to find?

Can you fit normal LF lenses within the helicoid? Or are these lenses designed specifically for the camera model?

Medium format rangefinders with long lenses = Heaven.

Even though the focusing on them can be frustrating.

Keep posting please! Love this thread.
Schneider Componon lenses are cheap and plentiful. Very easy to find, and great lenses! Optimized for close-ups.
These are barrel-mount lenses, the Makiflex is focal plane. No reason you could not use a shuttered lens on "B". I have one in a shutter.
I've been collecting these Plaubel Makiflex cameras for 30+ years. You can put any lens from 120mm to 360mm on these cameras.
I have about thirty different lenses in my collection for this camera.
Look at my Flikr pages for -some- of my lens projects.

Also, I've had a Makiflex thread going on Apug for about five years. Lots of pictures there too.

Here is my 360mm Tele-Arton, on one of my Makiflexes. I custom-made the lens board, using the lens cone from an old Sinar Norma lensboard I had around

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More Makiflex lenses.
120mm Rodenstock Imagon on recessed Durst board, 180mm Schneider Xenar, 360mm F5.5 Schneider Tele-Xenar, 240mm F5.5 Schneider Tele-Arton on recessed board (this is the smaller of the two 240 Tele-Artons; I have both) and the 150mm F4.5 Schneider Xenar

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More Makiflex lenses.
120mm Rodenstock Imagon on recessed Durst board, 180mm Schneider Xenar, 360mm F5.5 Schneider Tele-Xenar, 240mm F5.5 Schneider Tele-Arton on recessed board (this is the smaller of the two 240 Tele-Artons; I have both) and the 150mm F4.5 Schneider Xenar
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"Torturing" the 100mm F2.9 Anticomar, shooting directly into the sun.
Plaubel Makina III F2.9 lens wide-open, Foma Classic 200, Microdol-X replenished.

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Ye Olde Mill. One of the original stones.
Plaubel Makina III 100mm F2.9 Anticomar wide-open, Foma Classic 200, Microdol-X (replenished)

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Ye Olde Mill. Machinery of old.
Plaubel Makina III 100mm F2.9 Anticomar, Foma Classic 200, Microdol-X (replenished).
Cropped slightly due to overlapping frames in the film holder.
Scenes like this in partial sun would benefit from higher speed film.
ISO 400 & 3200 film they did not have when this camera was in it's heydey.

Any other Makina shooters out there? Please contribute
Any and all comments are welcome.


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Old 10-25-2015   #47
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You can see how small and compact the camera is when using sheet film holders.
BTW I applied "Venetian Creme" from CameraTools to the scrapes on the body leather and it looks like new now. Works like magic.

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Three 6x6 Film Backs for the Plaubel Makina III. And the RARE 6x6 Viewfinder Mask for the Makina III. Today just arrived, two more Plaubel Makina filters, these came from a camera collection from Cuba

Two of these backs are loaded with film. I have not tested any of them at this point, but I will soon. It will be interesting to see how the camera handles as a 6x6. As a 6x9 obviously it is wonderful.

Also I want to mount a large strobe on this baby. Maybe one of my Norman 200B's would be a good fit. I'll need a Makina sync cord and a Makina flash mounting plate, if anybody knows where I can find one cheaply (PM Me)..... Truly a strut reportage camera with a lot of significant history.

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Here is what I have in mind for strobe photography with the Makina III.

I used to use these Stroboframe Brackets on my Hasselblads for Wedding Photography; I have five or six of them around. Added a Bogen Manfrotto Tripod Plate, Bantam Battery, and a Vivitar 283 with Inflatable Photoflex Softbox. Bulky Yes, Heavy, No. Had to re-drill the bottom socket to fit the bottom of the Makina. Actually fits fairly tightly, should be fine.

Works as well on the Plaubel Makina as the Hasselblad. All I need to do is figure out how to sync the strobe. Maybe some contact pins can be had from Radio Shack to fit the Makina triple socket in the front? Beautiful soft portable strobe lighting that I prefer for candids.

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Beautiful equipment here. All thought of using a digital camera go away. This is art.
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Maybe some contact pins can be had from Radio Shack to fit the Makina triple socket in the front?
The pins won't be the hard part - these look as if printed-circuit posts could do as a substitute. But you would have to have a matching plug 3D printed - 283's are high voltage, I would not want to have a bare connector right where I might rest my finger.

Many Makinas hereabouts have a standard PC socket - these days it might be cheaper to buy a replacement camera...
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Beautiful equipment here. All thought of using a digital camera go away. This is art.
Thanks Raid,
For your kind comments. Appreciate it. I'm having a lot of fun

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The pins won't be the hard part - these look as if printed-circuit posts could do as a substitute. But you would have to have a matching plug 3D printed - 283's are high voltage, I would not want to have a bare connector right where I might rest my finger.

Many Makinas hereabouts have a standard PC socket - these days it might be cheaper to buy a replacement camera...
Sevo,
I wish I still had the Makina Flashbulb Unit I sold to the UK a couple of years ago. It had the original three-prong Makina Male Flash Cord with Socket that would plug right into this camera. There is a switch on the front of the camera that goes from "X" to "M" so that explains the three flash sockets. So if I had one of those Plaubel Cords, I could cut it and solder it onto the 283 sync cord; I used to do this all the time, even with some of my Monster Broncolor Studio Flashes.
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OK It's been pointed out to me, on another forum that I frequent, that Plaubel made an adapter (three-pin male to modern female pc) which will suit my needs perfectly for connecting a modern strobe cord.

See here; it's plugged into the Makina III in the first picture:
This is a great Plaubel Makina website. Check it out.

http://www.120folder.com/makina_iii.htm

Now, if anybody here knows where I can buy one of these adapters, please let me know. Merry Christmas Everybody!
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Nokton,

some really lovely photos from the Makina III!

Are the sheet film holders hard to get? It looks like it would be much easier to work with it handheld since you get your eye closer to "the action" compared to the bulky roll film holder. They look like they are single-sided, right?

It would be cool to have one of these, just for fun, since I spend a lot of time in the Frankfurt area. But I guess it won't happen - but one can dream ...
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Now, if anybody here knows where I can buy one of these adapters, please let me know. Merry Christmas Everybody!
I've seen them as part of collector grade complete Makina III kits, but don't think I've ever run across a spare. You might try asking Horst Rusch of Foto Brell ([email protected]) - if there is anybody in town who has one it will be him.
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Nokton, some really lovely photos from the Makina III!

Are the sheet film holders hard to get? It looks like it would be much easier to work with it handheld since you get your eye closer to "the action" compared to the bulky roll film holder. They look like they are single-sided, right?

It would be cool to have one of these, just for fun, since I spend a lot of time in the Frankfurt area. But I guess it won't happen - but one can dream ...
Hi Jerevan,
Thanks for the comments.

I've not really had any trouble finding cut film holders over time. Like the cameras, sometimes they are very expensive, and sometimes not. I have accumulated fifty of them over thirty years, but I have three Makiflexes, and the Makina III. Yes they are single-sided, and very compact on the camera. The camera is easier to operate with the plates, because the roll holders are bulky and push your face away from the camera (but it can be done).

I buy 6.5x9cm film in Germany and the UK via the internet.

AG-Photographic tells me that they are right down the road from the Ilford plant. They say the Ilford truck comes by with deliveries almost every day. http://www.ag-photographic.co.uk/fp4...m-25-186-p.asp
I have bought a lot of 6.5cmx9cm Ilford FP4+ from them


Wephoto (Orwo I think) 6.5cmx9cm film I buy here:
http://www.lumiere-shop.de/index.php...duct&info=1481
I have also bought a lot from them.

B&H in NYC used to stock 6.5cmx9cm Efke in ASA 25 and 100.
I bought twenty boxes of each, before it was all gone.
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I've seen them as part of collector grade complete Makina III kits, but don't think I've ever run across a spare. You might try asking Horst Rusch of Foto Brell ([email protected]) - if there is anybody in town who has one it will be him.
Thank You Sevo!
I will try emailing them.
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Further regarding 6.5cmx9cm sheet film:

I can process up to eighteen 6.5cmx9cm sheets in one run, using the JOBO 2509n reels and the JOBO Multitank 5. The small one reel Multitank 1 tank is good if I want to try inversion or stand development. I spin the Multitank 5 on an old Unicolor Uniroller.

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OK I have finally done it!
The CZJ Zeiss 180mm F2.8 Sonnar mounted on the Plaubel Makiflex Standard.
It covers an image area of about 15"x15" or 16"x16" with the helical focusing at infinity, bellows racked full in.
Perfect for a tight head shot. I have a lot of ideas about what to do with this one.

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So I went out today with the Makiflex Standard, and the new 180mm F2.8 CZJ Sonnar, my Wife and I went to the local botanical garden. She shoots Canon D50, and I shoot Makiflex. Only had a little over an hour, but finished up 1/2 roll of Fuji Acros in a 6x9cm Makina back, and another 1/2 roll of Fuji Neopan 400, in another 6x9cm Makina back. Also I loaded up and shot a full roll of Foma Classic 200 in a Graphic 23 wind-knob back I have been wanting to try. I love this lens, the bokeh is unbelieveable, and the DOF is thin as a razor blade at F2.8. Some enjoyable unique compositions popped up, so I am pleased. So this gives me almost enough rolls to a make a processing run. I will try to go out within the next week and shoot another few rolls, I have some new ideas about what I want to do with all this wonderful equipment.
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Final mounting of the 180mm F2.8 MC Sonnar on the Plaubel Peco Jr. recessed lensboard. I bought a new scroll saw for my camera workshop (XMAS present) which works a treat, and then some hand filing and fitting did the job, Then on to final mounting and painting. The final paint is now drying.

Notice how I had to cut a slot to acomodate the "fork" that rotates around as you open and close the lens. I elected to keep the fork, it moves in and out also, as you focus the helical.
Removing it would most likely NOT be a good idea. So the lens works as intended and has not been hacked except by my "McGuyver" mounting process ;-)
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Here are my smallish film holders, from Germany and the UK. Four of the Linhof 6.5x9cm, and four of the Linhof 2 1/4x3 1/4". Enough to go out for a shoot. The 2x3 film I buy fresh from Freestyle. 6.5x9cm I have been buying from Europe on the internet. www.lumiere-shop.de has been a good resource for me for 9x12cm Wephoto (I think this is Orwo?). Today on Ebay I bought three old boxes of Orwo NP20 6.5x9cm (from Bulgaria). Outdated but said to be usuable. B&H in New York used to have Efke 25 & 100 in 6.5x9cm. I bought twenty boxes of each, when they were closing it out. I do buy Ilford from AG in the UK. They tell me they are right up the road from the Ilford plant.

Are there other internet dealers with 6.5x9cm film for sale? Where are they?

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Are there other internet dealers with 6.5x9cm film for sale? Where are they?
Fotoimpex have Adox CHS 100II and Fomapan 100 in 6.5x9cm. Many German dealers have one or the other, or can order it (at least if you can talk German on the phone). What has become difficult to get here is 2x3" film (the corresponding US format, 5.7x8.3cm) - while it still seems to be listed by Foma, it has been out of stock for more than a year upstream of all German dealers I've tried.
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I emailed Photoimpex, and Benjamin responded, "Fomapan 100 is not available in 6.5x9cm".
But they do have Adox CHS 100II, which is good to know. I have plenty of Efke PL100 in 6.5x9cm, and lots of Ilford FP4+ in 6.5x9cm, which is easy to get in the UK.

The shop www.lumiere-shop.de has Wephoto 6.5x9cm 100 ASA, which is good. They are on holiday until Febuary 2nd. I will probably order some of that at that time.

The dealer in Bulgaria has nine unopened boxes of Orwo NP20 (dated 1999) in 6.5x9, so I bought all of it. Outdated and -slightly- foggy but excellent results he claims (with extra exposure) when processed in Microphen. Anyway the price was very good. So we will see, that is 225 sheets. Total cost 37.5 cents per sheet.

Are there other German shops on the internet that stock (or order) 6.5x9cm B&W film? I need one that speaks English, and takes Visa, can't do bank transfers from here. Much too expensive to do and zero tracking, so not good for me. I need shops that take Paypal.

Maybe I will have to stick to Foma 200 in 120 rollfilm? No sheets anywhere?
I'm still looking.
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Searching around the internet today, I found this kewl website on the old Plaubel Makinas. I guess we are not the only ones that think these are "Steampunk Cameras"

http://www.dieselpunks.org/profiles/...era-12-plaubel
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I emailed Photoimpex, and Benjamin responded, "Fomapan 100 is not available in 6.5x9cm".
Their web site claims that they have it. But they made a mess of backconverting the nominal size in inches to cm - it is listed as being 1mm short each edge, i.e. as 6,4x8,9cm film.
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Their web site claims that they have it. But they made a mess of backconverting the nominal size in inches to cm - it is listed as being 1mm short each edge, i.e. as 6,4x8,9cm film.

OK Thanks! Will check it out.

I wonder if it is 2 1/4" x 3 1/4"? Smaller by a bit in both dimensions than 6.5cmx9cm. But I will take what I can get

Also I just won 25 sheets of outdated 6.5cmx9cm Orwo NP15, which is an 25 ASA product. Also from Bulgaria.
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OK Thanks! Will check it out.

I wonder if it is 2 1/4" x 3 1/4"?
No, that would be quite a bit smaller (57x83mm) - they have none of these (a pity, as I own some unusually excellent holders for that format). They obviously made the error of converting by calculator rather than by table of equivalents, as they make the same error the other way around as well - the imperial size they give for 6.5x9cm film is 2.55x3.55"
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No, that would be quite a bit smaller (57x83mm) - they have none of these (a pity, as I own some unusually excellent holders for that format). They obviously made the error of converting by calculator rather than by table of equivalents, as they make the same error the other way around as well - the imperial size they give for 6.5x9cm film is 2.55x3.55"

Wow!

I have indeed found it! Thank you Sevo! Wonder why it only shows up this way? Very Odd.........

https://www.fotoimpex.de/shopen/syst...r=5646000&pn=0

Ordered ten boxes, so that it 500 sheets for the Plaubels We will see.
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It's called the "Makiblitz", that little silver round Plaubel adapter for Makina flash sync. And I think I have found one from a reliable dealer. We will see. I would love to be able to use the Plaubel Makina for strobe "reportage photography". That is a use for which it is truly intended. What a history it has. And I would use film up so much more quickly! Stay tuned.
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Plaubel Makiflex 180mm F2.8 Sonnar Foma 200 Microdol-X
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Kool catalog.

Now, I suppose you are going to have to find one of those focal plane shutters? Think of that an interchangeable focal plane shutter. No wonder they did not thing a fast front shutter was important.
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Now, I suppose you are going to have to find one of those focal plane shutters? Think of that an interchangeable focal plane shutter. No wonder they did not thing a fast front shutter was important.
1/200 is perfect for hand holding as well as 1/100 with the Makina III. In a pinch in low-light I have successfully used 1/50, and with care the photos are sharp. The focal plane shutter is 1/1000. That would be cool for stopping action. See the soccer player in the catalog. The focal plane shutter is collectable and rare and so are Makinas! Amazing how tough this camera is, but not lightweight. And it folds up into your jacket pocket (put the film holders in the other pocket).
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Another 180mm F2.8 Sonnar test. Franklin Park Conservatory.
Makiflex Standard, F2.8 @ 1/8 sec, camera on tripod.
Foma 200 6x9 rollfilm, Microdol-X


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I was attracted to the delicate lighting on this one.
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Innis Woods, Plaubel Makina III handheld, Foma 200, Microdol-X

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Orchard apple tree gone wild, in the woods behind my backyard.
Makiflex Standard, testing the Schneider 135mm F5.6 convertible Symmar at f/16
1/8 on tripod, Fuji Neopan 400, Microdol-X

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On a walk in the woods behind my backyard.
Man it was cold- My fingers were numb despite warm gloves. The Makiflex didn't care it was cold.
Plaubel Makiflex Standard, 135mm Schneider Symmar at F/11
Camera on tripod 1/8 Fuji Neopan 400 Microdol-X

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