The very definintion of field camera dictates that it is something that you could take "out into the field" without too much trouble. Of course, what is too much trouble for one may not be for another. The typical field camera does not have the full range of movements that you would find in its cousin, the view camera, in order to reduce the bulk and weight. I have not Googled to see if what you ask about actually exists, but it seems absolutely impractical on the surface due to the fact that it would be enormous and heavy. Where would you even get film for such a monstrosity? Even if you could afford it and it was available, how would you process or print it?
there are 16 in an inch. 16/16 = a whole.
No, 17 inch rims can not fit on 16 inch wheels.
no only 16 inch tires fit 16 inch rims
The answer depends on what the "16 inch" refers to.
64 of them.
That would be a 1 inch difference. 16 inch is shorter then a 17 inch rim.
No. If you divide an inch into 16 equal pieces, you must put all 16 back to have a whole inch. It is 1/16 inch less than a full inch.
are you serious. no you cannot put 17 inch tires on 16 inch rims
On Camera was created on 1954-10-16.
15/16 of an inch is 23.8125mm
about 33 pounds
No. You can not put 16 inch tires on 15 inch rims.
It is a standard construction measurement. Most homes have studs at 16 inch intervals.
No 16 inch tire will fit on a 17 inch wheel.
16 inch is 40.6 centimetres.
There are 16 sixteenths in an inch, and in any whole in general.
16 of them.
1 inch = 25.4 mm 1/16 inch = (1/16 * 25.4) 1.5875 mm
1/16 inch = 0.0625 inch; 0.675/0.0625 = 10.8 sixteenths, or 11/16 to the nearest 16th.
Get 17 inch rims you cant put a 17 inch tires on a 16 inch rim!
1121/2 16x16-inch tiles.
17 inch diameter rim versus 16 inch diameter rim