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SINAR Information No 24

View camera photographers tend to use small lens apertures. The reason is largely one of ancient tradition.
The practice of stopping down by one or two lens stops more than really necessary was originally meant to cover focusing errors. That included not quite accurately set swings in sharpness distribu­tion control.

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SINAR Information No 13

The best lens, with the best resolving power and the use of best possible film material depend entirely on the precision of the image setting.
Here the large-format view camera has a not undeserved reputation of being too complex in its settings.

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