Ok, some of you are following me on this little journey as I'm exploring different ways of moving toward shooting Large Format or Medium Format. There's a number of steps I need to (or want to) go through. One of them is getting familiar with bellows as part of the process. Obviously there are plenty of cameras that make do without them, but it seems to something I'm particularly drawn to. As such, I discovered the Cambo X-2 Pro at Calumet today. It's a bellow system that works with a number of cameras and lenses, but most interestingly, it is also available for dSLRs... So my plan is to rent the X-2 along with a Canon D1s Mk III, and a regular and wide lens. The new 1D has LiveView, which will work as my faux ground glass. This way, I will get to work on some Scheinpflug techniques, while also test-driving the 1D. Link to Site (under Photo Products, look for X-2 Pro for dSLR) Check it out. Anyone here ever work with it?