WTB: Bronica EC-TL focusing screen w/ split-image

Discussion in '[Classifieds] Want to Buy' started by Trask, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. Trask

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    I've got an EC-TL with a microprism focusing spot, and I find I'd prefer a split-image focusing aid. I believe that such a screen is available, though I'm having a hard time confirming that to be true. If anyone can (A) confirm that such a thing is available, I'd appreciate it, or (B) actually have one to sell. EC-TL with the 15 LEDs, not the EC-TL II with many fewer LEDs.

    Thanks!
     
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    Bump -- if only to get a reply telling me that a split image screen actually exists. At least then I'll know that I'm not chasing a mirage!
     
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    Bump -- I'm still in the market, for a screen or just information.
     
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    Bump -- ditto.
     
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    I have seen plenty of matte screens for Bronica EC and I have Screen types A to D for EC and/or EC-TL. Apparently, there's a screen type E that was made for the EC-TL II. It supposedly has a diagonal split.

    You could possibly also find a third party screen that would fit into an EC frame.
     
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    I have a "Focusing Screen-E" for ETRS if that helps you, brand new in box, old stock.
     
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    I think that screen may be too small to adapt to EC. An SQ sqreen would probably better.

    Anyway, sorry for reviving a six month old thread.