Print version of tilt-shift lens for Canon Eos v.3

by Kimo_Sullivan
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    Black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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3rd version of the tilt-shift mechanism for Canon EOS. Tilt up to 10 degrees and shift up to 12 mm. A +10 diopter 58mm macro filter lens is needed for a 100mm focal length. Extension tubes or filter spacer rings may be needed to focus properly. This should be ready for production. No guarantees for suitability or fit.


IN: 7.498 w x 6.824 d x 0.705 h
CM: 19.046 w x 17.334 d x 1.79 h


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@Kimo_Sullivan The idea of using multiple tubes for focussing is very clever. minimacro would only add distance. minimacro is 42.5mm min-60.5mm max. M42 mount on cameraside. we can add zoerks pinholes(3 versions-i have 1mm). it matches exactly into the front with double tape. of course we will see defraction. not yet used. i dont have dslr yet.
February 10, 2013, 9:07 pm
@3dreal I'm not really happy with the way this design functions, even without having it printed first. I've redesigned it with linear slides like the the Canon TS-E lenses, but without gears and other expensive bits. This design shifts by using an eccentric axis of rotation between the yellow and gray rings. Rotating them relative to each other causes their central axes to either align or shift up to 12mm apart. I have printed a model with the Eos bayonet mount and the 58x0.75mm thread mounts. The Eos mount required some filing to fit, and the screw threads require lots of patience to get a lens attached.
February 10, 2013, 8:42 pm
Hello could you pls inform us more precise like tilt/shift is working? I would make it more universal, regarding mount. e.g. t2-mount. maybe a bad idea since it would add more distance. m42 would be more clever since it can be adapter also to nikon. a) if we want different tilt we must exchange element, right. b) shift-is it by simply moving ring? or is it fixed shift. araxphoto has tilt and shift-adapters. c) i have in mind using a zoerk minimacro. plus enlarging lens. his shift/tilt-ball for minimacro is very expensive. thanks
February 9, 2013, 9:50 am


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