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Old 08-27-2018   #1601
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Old 08-27-2018   #1602
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Old 08-27-2018   #1603
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Old 08-27-2018   #1604
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Old 08-29-2018   #1605
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First contribution here. From a Mamiya6MF with the a 135 adapter. 50mm/4. Technically my wife took the picture, but i'm in it

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Praying priest in the Münster of Freiburg. This was pretty hard to capture since there was so little light. The exposure time was around 1/2 sec, everything what moves (tourists, candles) is blurred, everything which doesn't (wall, priest) is not.
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Some amazing shots here.

I've looked for this, but can't quite tell the answer. Does the Xpan shoot the same size frame as the Mamiya6 with the 135 kit? 24x56 i think...

Also, do metal file carriers exist, or do most people make cardboard or file other carriers down for wet printing?
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I've looked for this, but can't quite tell the answer. Does the Xpan shoot the same size frame as the Mamiya6 with the 135 kit? 24x56 i think...

They expose both exactly the same frame format: 24x65mm.
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Old 09-05-2018   #1613
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They expose both exactly the same frame format: 24x65mm.
No, that doesn't seem right - the film gate in the panorama adapter for the Mamiya can't be wider than the 120 format film (6x6, I mean), eh? Possibly 24x56 or something like this. But I may be wrong.
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I've looked for this, but can't quite tell the answer. Does the Xpan shoot the same size frame as the Mamiya6 with the 135 kit? 24x56 i think...
No, the Mamiya 6 MF (the original M6 doesn't support the adapter) would produce a 24 x 56mm negative (1:2.33 ratio)

The Xpan negative is roughly 24 x 65mm (1:2.71 ratio)
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They expose both exactly the same frame format: 24x65mm.
You may be thinking about the Mamiya 7. When fitted with the 135 kit, that camera produces exactly the same size negatives as the Xpan.
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No, the Mamiya 6 MF (the original M6 doesn't support the adapter) would produce a 24 x 56mm negative (1:2.33 ratio)

The Xpan negative is roughly 24 x 65mm (1:2.71 ratio)
Ok, this makes sense. Thanks so much. I've always wondered why the 6MF doesn't go a full 60mm wide. The light is being captured.. why mask it out?

Here's another to keep it on topic


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Ok, this makes sense. Thanks so much. I've always wondered why the 6MF doesn't go a full 60mm wide. The light is being captured.. why mask it out?
Medium format film is about 61mm wide, which means you get about 56mm left after taking away the space needed for the edge markings. So the M6 frame has to be 56mm wide - otherwise it wouldn’t be square. Same with my Rolleicord, Holga, Hasselblad 503 etc.
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The vertical dimension has nothing to do with the width of the frame on a Mamiya 6 (or 7), since the film is loaded left-to-right. On a Rolleicord or Hassie the film is loaded bottom-to-top, which then limits the frame width as you say.

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You may be thinking about the Mamiya 7. When fitted with the 135 kit, that camera produces exactly the same size negatives as the Xpan.

That's right. Sorry for the confusion.
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The vertical dimension has nothing to do with the width of the frame on a Mamiya 6 (or 7), since the film is loaded left-to-right. On a Rolleicord or Hassie the film is loaded bottom-to-top, which then limits the frame width as you say.
That’s right in the sense that, yes, a Mamiya 6 could produce a wider negative. But the M6 is a square format camera, hence the negative width is limited by the 56mm vertical. The alternative would be to make it a 6x7 camera. But then you would probably need slightly bigger, heavier lenses to prevent vignetting, and they wouldn’t collapse into the body...and oh, it’s a Mamiya 7
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No, the Mamiya 6 MF (the original M6 doesn't support the adapter) would produce a 24 x 56mm negative (1:2.33 ratio)

The Xpan negative is roughly 24 x 65mm (1:2.71 ratio)
Late to this game... I thought the Xpan / TX-1 ratio was closer to 2.9. I crop to at least 2.66 (which is still very hard to control sans landscape) and it chops a decent bit off.
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But the M6 is a square format camera, hence the negative width is limited by the 56mm vertical.
I can only guess you are talking about "vertical" in the sense of a roll of 120 hanging to dry vertically.

When you shoot the M6, or M7, or any left-to-right loading camera, the image/film gate width is limited horizontally, based on the camera design, not the ~56mm vertical limit of a roll of 120. I would think most think of the "vertical" dimension as being up/down in relation to the actual image. A bottom-to-top loading camera like the Rolleiflex always appears to me to have sideways images.

A bit pedantic perhaps, but my point is that the width of the frame is not limited by the film, but by the camera.
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