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    Bronica ETR Automatic Bellows

    Has anyone used Bronica Bellows in conjunction with a Hand held meter,
    or any ideas regards exposure.
    Peter

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    Why what problems are you having? It should be just straight forward bellows factor. Same idea with tubes.

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    The problem is getting hold of a instruction book for the Bronica ETR E bellows and getting the right bellows factor for a particular lens ie: a 135mm lens or a 50mm lens.

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    Just use the formula.

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ws-factor.html

    Pick your favorite.

    Zero bellowf factor is when the lens is focus at infinity. Focus each lens at infinity then compare that distance with the amont of bellows you've used.

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    I swear I didn't click four times -)

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    Thanks for that

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    Peter,

    I might have the instruction booklet of the bellows. If I do I'll email it to you. A lot of my photo gear is in boxes as I am refurshing a room, so won't able to tell you straight away.

    Best

    Delphine

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    That would Fantastic
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