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Old 01-05-2010, 04:28 PM
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TAK FS60 Flattener

Does anyone know the sensor spacing required for the flattener to suit an FS60 Tak?
It's a KA20582 and is a flattener not a reducer.

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Or, does any know how much distance a Wide T-Mount for the fs60 adds to the path?

It looks like the flattener and the reducer have the same back focus distance as they both use the wide t-mount.

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Old 03-05-2010, 07:37 AM
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Did you do a Google Robin?
I did when I saw your first post and wondered if the relevant info was "out there".
With respect to the Wide T Mount, I thought the guy that sold you the EM200 had one as well, maybe he could measure it?
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Can't seem to find the info on line Gary and have emailed that guy with no reply.
I'm guessing 50-55mm for this one so it may work for me.

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I finally got the word, back focus on this device is 61mm.

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