I do not have either the exact camera nor bellows you cite, but I do use my D7000 and a PB4, I have not used my side copier with this set up but that is on the other end so no physical issue between camera and those items. You do have to rotate the bellows mount with some cameras, but once the camera is mounted on a PB4, it can be rotated back. However, as ever do make sure there is nothing that can snag on any aspect of the camera or bellows. If possible get someone else to confirm they have used your exact combination.
>The subject says it all. > >I have a PB-5 which I want to use with my PS-4 Slide Copying >Attachment so I can digitize 50 years worth of slides. > >My fallback is to use my D40 with its 18-55 kit lens, but I >would prefer to use my D600 and my f3.5 micro nikkor in order >to get better quality images. > >Thank you, > >Jerry Gitomer
Let us know how it goes. Can you please test if you can also move the rear standard forward without any problems.
>> > >Let us know how it goes. Can you please test if you can also move the rear standard forward without any problems.
I found out that the D600 can be mounted on PB-4, PB-5 and PB-6 bellows without damaging the camera.
In order to mount the camnera you must push the spring catch on the bellows camera panel and rotate the panel 90 degrees. You then mount the camera in portrait mode. You can rotate the camera to landscape mode by pressing the spring catch and rotating the camera.
To remove the camera rotate it to portrait mode, press the lens release button on the camera and rotate the camera.
Once mounted the camera does not interfere with full movement of the rear standard -- even with the D600 mounted on a bogen/manfrotto quick release plate.