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#1 Tammo van Hoorn

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 07:10 AM

Hi

Just wondered if anyone has had any experience with this lens and what I need to look out for. The Century website recommends that that the 'taking' lens should always be set at T2.8 (in this case an Ultraprime) and that the stop reading should be set on the periscope itself. I can't seem to find any info regarding any stoploss in either periscope or boroscope mode. Any ideas? Also the adaptor to convert to boroscope mode states on the barrel itself: "image upside down". Through the viewfinder the image appears upside down. Will it thus photograph upside down on the neg? Any comments would be warmly welcomed.

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Tammo van Hoorn
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