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    I just bought a pair of RB67's that should be showing up today. Now I'm even more excited to give them a try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by micwag2 View Post
    I just bought a pair of RB67's that should be showing up today. Now I'm even more excited to give them a try!
    Pair??
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Pair??
    Yep. The twins as I think I'll call them. Bought the pair of RB67's from the big auction site, should be showing up today with aluminum hard case, WLF, Metered Prism Finder, 2x converter, 2 120 backs, 1 220 back, 90mm F3.8 and 180mmF4.5 with a few other odds and ends. The price was good for the whole package and i couldn't resist. Why buy one when you can buy two? Twice the fun? Right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by micwag2 View Post
    Yep. The twins as I think I'll call them. Bought the pair of RB67's from the big auction site, should be showing up today with aluminum hard case, WLF, Metered Prism Finder, 2x converter, 2 120 backs, 1 220 back, 90mm F3.8 and 180mmF4.5 with a few other odds and ends. The price was good for the whole package and i couldn't resist. Why buy one when you can buy two? Twice the fun? Right?
    Backup, or sell it and make some money, sel the prism too, those things are too heavy! Lol

    I've the same kit in RZ, add the 50mm to it and that's my kit.

    All for $400! (Except the 50mm, that was maybe $150? Extra?)

    EDIT: but I don't get a fancy shiny case...
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Backup, or sell it and make some money, sel the prism too, those things are too heavy! Lol

    I've the same kit in RZ, add the 50mm to it and that's my kit.

    All for $400! (Except the 50mm, that was maybe $150? Extra?)

    EDIT: but I don't get a fancy shiny case...
    Ahh. Checked to see what I got did ya? And for the record.......my twins have arrived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micwag2 View Post
    Ahh. Checked to see what I got did ya? And for the record.......my twins have arrived.
    Huh? I haven't seen any pictures, I'm on my phone, but you listed what you got above, so that's how I know. Glad it arrived, so stop being on here, load that thing with film, get outside and shoot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Huh? I haven't seen any pictures, I'm on my phone, but you listed what you got above, so that's how I know. Glad it arrived, so stop being on here, load that thing with film, get outside and shoot!
    Sorry I thought you had poked around the auction site. I forgot what I had put in my previous post, because I too am on my phone. But you paid more for your setup than I did for the twins. I need to go over it and the backs may need light seals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regular Rod View Post
    Sky? I bet it was with a nice Yellow filter. Beautiful photograph all round!
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    Beautiful image!! I have to say your RB smoked your D series camera on your other images in Flickr.

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    Developed the roll last night using Xtol at 1:1. Film used was Delta 100 shot at 100.
    Now use replenished XTOL and you will never go back to XTOL 1:!.
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

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