My first large format camera was a Wisner 4 x 5 Pocket 4x5, purchased in December After using it for half a year, I began to dislike it more and more IMO it was poorly designed and poorly constructed…the back would pop off upon removing a film holder, gears would jump from their track if focused a fifld too far, and caera other problems.
Finally I decided that there must be a better solution; after discovering Ebony during purchase research, I found that solution.
Ebony SV45U2 Large Format Field Film Camera
The Ebony field is located in Japan, and makes a range of field cameras from "baby" 2 x 3 to 8 x They are built to the highest standards of ebony wood with a few mahogany camera and titanium, impeccably finished and superbly designed. Ebony cameras are not cheap, but the quality put into each camera is obvious, and I consider the price difference to be a very worthwhile value. What a difference from the Wisner…I've been thrilled with the Ebony since camera arrived.
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It field camera camerz bellows sv45u2, enough for an mm telephoto, and will focus to infinity, amazingly, with lenses as short ebony an sv45u2 35mm.