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Willow Photography

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« on: October 30, 2006, 03:11:54 PM »

Now that I have bought a P30/H2 combo, what kind of

options do I have for WA.

HC35 mm is the widest in original optics, but what can I use from

other vendors?


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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2006, 04:12:59 PM »

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Now that I have bought a P30/H2 combo, what kind of

options do I have for WA.

HC35 mm is the widest in original optics, but what can I use from

other vendors?
Willow
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I am I right in thinking that the 30 has a 'small' chip

Well obviously there is alpa horesman SW2 etc  if your are captain cash

But if you dont have a pile of cash I would be trying out a Cambo miniwide with some nikkor glass like the 28 shift or 14

This is something I have very interested in for a while but UK sellers Callumet are harder to comunicate with than God - I have tried mailing a dealer in swizerland too but that trail dried up

Other ways of getting such glass infront of your chip could be Reiners mates at Gottshalt - not that they return e-mails either

Any reports on Nikkors and MFDB sought - possibly a different thread anyone ..

In fact i'll start it

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« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2006, 04:18:07 PM »

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Now that I have bought a P30/H2 combo, what kind of

options do I have for WA.

HC35 mm is the widest in original optics, but what can I use from

other vendors?
Willow
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Not sure if this is what you were after but...
If you have already or can get access to CF lenses, you can get from Hasselblad a lens converter to put older Hassy/Zeiss lens on as well. That way you could try the 30mm fisheye if you can find or afford it.
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Andrew
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