You guys are funny! - Consider that the standard lens on most Instax cameras has an f/11 maximum opening, I don't think light losses are much of an issue with any 35mm camera used as a host. Even an f/2.8 lens will net f/8 anyway with a three stop light loss. And even an f/8 lens on 2.4x2.4 inch format can produce nice out of focus blur at modest focusing distances.
- Instax film isn't particularly high resolution either. And the finished product is 2.4 inches square … doesn't matter. - Getting your eye on the eyepiece … I don't know about anyone else here, but my neck does manage to bend at least a little. As LRC surmises, Instant Film is not at all about technical image quality, not at this end of the spectrum. Go to 8x10 inch Polaroid, or the 24" banquet cameras, and the notions change a bit. I don't care much about "technical image quality" when I see a nice photo like this: https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1745/28828147178_336229f19b_c.jpg but I guess it's a matter of perspective. :) G — No matter where you go, you know when you are in Texas. > On Jun 12, 2018, at 1:23 PM, l...@red4est.com wrote: > > I will admit that technical image quality is not the only criterion that > people use to choose a camera. > >>>> >> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ninmlab/instant-magny-35-an-instant-back-for-135-slr-and-r -- PDML Pentax-Discuss Mail List PDML@pdml.net http://pdml.net/mailman/listinfo/pdml_pdml.net to UNSUBSCRIBE from the PDML, please visit the link directly above and follow the directions.