Re: WTB Duplikin for 16mm to 35mm

From: heather trawick (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 25 2008 - 05:54:14 PDT

Hi Alain,

We've got two slide dupers up for grabs here at LIFT. A Forox and a Marron Carrel, the Maron Carrel is in beautiful shape, and comes with three or four different lenses to suit your needs. I'm currently hunting down all the paper work (manuals etc) for it as I believe we may have two, or a multitude of spare parts for it. If anyone else is interested in this as well call us at 416-588-6444 or e mail at (address suppressed)


> Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 14:57:13 -0500
> From: email suppressed
> Subject: Re: WTB Duplikin for 16mm to 35mm
> To: email suppressed
> Any of the cheap slide-copier attachments for SLRs (essentially a
> bellows, lens, and holder for a slide, with opal glass behind the
> slide) will do the same thing as a Duplikin and permit capture of the
> full frame edge to edge. I found the Duplikin cropped a bit, and had
> to alter mine.
> These attachments are very cheap (eBay) and available in multiple lens
> mounts.
> The Duplikin used T-mount adapters, so could be fitted to any common
> SLR. Convenient but the slide copier, while slightly more hassle,
> will give better quality.
> I found that all my old Duplikin stills paled next to frame grabs from
> a very good telecine transfer of the same film. A bit depressing!
> On Jun 24, 2008, at 10:52 AM, Myron Ort wrote:
>> Doesn't the Duplikin II mount to a Nikkon. If one had a Nikkon
>> digital camera that accepts the old analog lenses, why couldn't you
>> make your own digital shots?
>> There seems to be a Duplkin III and IV as well. Anyone know the
>> differences?
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