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I just received notification from UPS that my new lens has made its way from England to Knoxville, and will soon be enroute to Oregon. 110mm extension really compresses the standard bellows on my Linhof Technikardan, enough so, that I am wondering if I had better order the bag bellows. for closer work, there appears to be enough room for movements, but I am not sure. any observations from those using this camera/lens combination?
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-- Daniel Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 26, 1999
the archives suggest that the standard bellows will work for no movements, and limited movements for closer subjects. I'll see how it works out. didn't notice the posts first time around.
-- Daniel Taylor (email@example.com), December 26, 1999.
On my TK 45, I generally use the bag bellows even with my 150 mm (except for close-ups, of course), which allows much larger movements than the standard bellows. I think you will want to use the bag bellows with your 110 mm.
-- Sean Donnelly (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 1999.