Hi Justin !<quote who=Nick Zentena, date=[10/05/2006 6:35]/>
At 50mm from the negative stage you're making infinitely large prints. At 100mm you're making 1:1 size prints. I bet with the extra bellows you're even further then that. Instead of enlarging you're reducing.
Hmm, you've somewhat lost me.
At 50mm, using a 6x6 negative, if I pull the head all the way down to the paper I can get to somewhere in between 8x10 and 11x14.
If I hook up the bellows and extra cone, this gets me closer to the paper. So for instance, when printing 4x5 negatives and using a 135mm lens, I cannot print on 5x7 paper. I can however if I hook up the cone and bellows.
So putting the 50mm lens on the cone and bellows extension, I get closer to the paper and thus _should_ be able to print smaller then what I am getting without the bellows. But, the lens never resolves, ever. No matter at what height I put it at, no matter how I focus, it never resolves an image.
I'll try again later tonight but I can't figure it out.