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    rollei R3

    If anyone is interested this is all the technical specs for Rollei R3 from Hans O
    Mahn.just thought I'd share what they sent.
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    this film gets more and more interesting the more I hear about it.

    I wonder how Rollei R3 (and for that matter, it's cousin Maco Cube) would perform in Diafine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim kirk jr.
    If anyone is interested this is all the technical specs for Rollei R3 from Hans O
    Mahn.just thought I'd share what they sent.

    Here is the pdf version
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    Neat!

    Anyone have any idea when and from whom it will be available in the US?

    How about 4x5?

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    right above your post at jandc- they carry it now although you may want to check the site for film size/price.
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    John,

    JandC have it available in 35mm and 120. I think sheet film will be 'on the shelves' real soon.
    http://www.jandcphoto.com

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    Thank-you kindly, gentlemen. I found it, just where you said.

    In perfect time for winter film lab test hibernation. When it's too dark to shoot, you can always slosh.

    Now I wonder if Rollei still makes a TLR in which to use it.

    Did I ever tell you about the college student who did a scientific study of the navel height of 1940's photojournalists, based upon optical analysis of the pictures they made with their Rolleis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Cook

    Now I wonder if Rollei still makes a TLR in which to use it.
    They sure do, look here...

    http://www.robertwhite.co.uk/rollei.htm



    Barry

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    Thank you Jim much obliged as always, another to add to my list

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    '...another to add to my list'

    Another two? And one of them at a knockdown price.

    Best,
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