Large format cameras are manual-focus view cameras that use sheet film to produce images significantly larger than other formats. (The most popular large format cameras produce images 100 x 120mm in size, 13 times the area of a standard 35mm camera image.) Similarly, large format cameras are the largest contemporary cameras, requiring tripods to hold them steady, and bellows to adjust focal lengths. Large format cameras are widely considered the most "old-fashioned" types of cameras, having changed relatively little over the past century.
Features Graflex history, technical information, and the Graflex Speed Graphic FAQ.
Joe's Bender FAQ
Unofficial FAQ for the Bender large-format wood kit camera.
Large Format FAQ
Draft Frequently Asked Questions list for rec.photo.equipment.large-format
Large Format Photography. Info
Technical advice and links.
World Field Photographers Association
Organization of professionals and amateurs promoting the use of large format field cameras.
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