Cambo's Wide RS Series is the ideal photographic tool for the landscape, interior and architectural photographers needing less space for their equipment. Based around the same platform as the existing Wide DS, the RS is considerably smaller and lighter, still offering combined vertical and horizontal movements.
Geared movements allow for perspective control as well as stitching for wider views or even greater filesizes.
Both directions use accelerated gears for fast yet precise movements, both movements shift the image plane on the rearstandard, leaving the lensposition untouched. Next to the body's Shift possibilities, Cambo offers lensboards with Tilt-Swing possibilities for many of the popular focal lengths, in order to increase depth of field or selective sharpness.
The RS has been designed for digital photography with high-end digital backs and features Schneider's latest Digitar lenses with short focal lengths for optimum image quality, as well as a choice from Rodenstock's Digaron-S and Digaron-W series. The present range consists of Schneider's Super-Digitar 5.6/28XL, 5.6/35XL, 5.6/43XL, 5.6/47XL, 5.6/72L, 4.5/90 and 5.6/120. Also Rodenstock's new 4.0/32HR Digaron-W, Digaron-S 5.6/23 HR, 4.5/28 HR, 4.0/35 HR, 4.0/60 HR, Digaron-W 4.0/40, 5.6/70 and 5.6/90 are available on a Cambo WDS lenspanel. More lens options on request.
Interface plates are available for backs that have a mount for either PhaseOne/Mamiya 645DF, Hasselblad-V, Hasselblad H, or Contax 645, and available is an interface which will accept the latest Leaf AFi / Sinar HY6 digital backs with their rotating options.
Lenspanels are interchangeable on the camera system.
Viewing options are the Optical Viewfinder WDS-580, in combination with specific masks for focal lengths with movement indication, use Cambo's WDS-619/616 Universal Groundglass/Viewer, or use the Universal Groundglass with Fresnellens in combination with Cambo's high quality 3x Viewing Loupe WDS-630.
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