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35NAP 2-2 (mod) | Helios 44-2 F:2 (VariND) | Sony A6300 (SLog3 | ISO800)  

When snowy. Setup the same as on previous msg.

test in field after work

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My congratulations! You finally did it! :thumbsup: Waiting for your version of reworked ana 35NAP 2-3

p.s. What is it? Maybe what I say earlier

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Caution! WD-40 may ingrained between the cemented lenses... on the pic died lens from another Rectimascop 80/2x. It is not a pity, because she was so dead from fungus. But the possibility may be after WD-40. Maybe yes, maybe no...

It is not a big problem, because center of working area is clear on look.

52 minutes ago, Justin Bacle said:

Finally got the rear element !

Just needed a lot of wd-40, a screwdriver, and a BIG HAMMER ! #YOLO #HammersFixEverything

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10 hours ago, Dr. Verbel' said:

My congratulations! You finally did it! :thumbsup: Waiting for your version of reworked ana 35NAP 2-3

p.s. What is it? Maybe what I say earlier

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It is not a big problem, because center of working area is clear on look.

 

Oh, I think it is just one of my cat's hair. I'll check when I get back home :)

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So how can I make this? I have the 2-3m but I don't know where to find the parts to make this into a full system? Your custom system looks very polished and secure. Any advice would help, thanks!

 

Hi! In this thread everything is written, which parts, links of them, focusing method, etc, see all thread please. And I don't know your camera, in each case a variant. In two words, you should get lenses from the bulky body. Overall weight of the lenses around 1 kg. After print frames and mounting, insert lenses in frames. Mounting shall be suitable to your configuration. If you find suitable bellows, you can attach them to the frames. If any questions, please welcome.

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