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    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    great, thanks - first time i've read this section, too!

    i love these! real manly camera, i've been shooting a lot of b/w alaska winter stuff with it lately. when it warms up i'm gonna take it out with the 50mm and hand-bracket and do some incognito street scenes! (really)
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    I found a Mamiya RB repair manual and parts list

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Liebermann View Post
    i love these! real manly camera, i've been shooting a lot of b/w alaska winter stuff with it lately. when it warms up i'm gonna take it out with the 50mm and hand-bracket and do some incognito street scenes! (really)
    I've been using my Mamiya 7 for snow stuff as I have trouble keeping snow from falling onto my RZ67's ground glass, how do you solve this problem?

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    This is awesome. Thanks for these.

    Anybody know how different the Pro-SD is? Anyone has a link to similar documents for the Pro-SD?

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    ... trouble keeping snow from falling onto my RZ67's ground glass, how do you solve this problem?

    I have the chimney finder (it's got a lens on top), plus it's usually not snow coming down (except from branches and trees I brush), but a little snow gets on the camera now & then - I guess I could see how that'd be a concern with the open finder. Could always use a big focusing cloth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbultman View Post
    This is awesome. Thanks for these.

    Anybody know how different the Pro-SD is? Anyone has a link to similar documents for the Pro-SD?

    I'd love to have one for Pro-SD. (that's what I own)
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