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Cambo - Cambo Wide DS shading options

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I'm running a Cambo Wide DS with 3 Schneider lenses (35, 43, 72), and finding that the 35 and 43 often need shading. While using my hand or a piece of Blackwrap has often gotten the job done, it's getting a bit frustrating given that I shoot interiors and local designers have been installing LED downlights in a lot of new projects, which are close enough to point sources to cause all sorts of issues!

The Cambo RS has the nifty compendium shade attachment, and I'm wondering: can it be hacked to work on the DS? (using the cold-shoe adapter, likely...or getting one of my local friends to do a bit of SolidWorks and 3D printing me something...) If you're using one on an RS, how well does it work?

Alternatively, would a 77mm (since I'm running stepping rings on all three of my lenses to get to that filter size) screw-on third party rubber hood get the job done? (given that I could get a whole box of 'em for the price of the compendium shade...)

Anyone else doing anything that works?
Date: Sep 18, 2017    Labels: Cambo


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