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    WTB: Looking for a pair of strap lugs for Mamiya RB-SD

    I am looking for a pair of shoulder strap lugs for Mamiya RB-SD. I think these are common to all RB models. I don't need the strap itself, just the lugs.

    If you have a pair, please tell me what you want for it. Please name your price. I will pay via paypal and with a reasonable shipping fee.

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

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    I was thinking about getting these for my RZ:

    http://optechusa.com/super-pro.html

    Might not be what you want but.....
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    Kenton Brede
    http://kentonbrede.com/

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    I read somewhere these do not fit well for Mamiya.... it's unconfirmed but I wasn't going to try it....
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    I've got an OP/TECH strap for my Pro-S.

    It's a great strap. Very comfortable.

    Here's the thing regarding the fitting of the lugs. They fit well. Maybe a little TOO well. It's very hard (for me at least) to remove the lugs. So I don't. Even when I use the camera on a tripod. It's just too much of a hassle. But I have absolutely NO fear about the lugs coming loose.

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    OP/Tech version just came.

    Holy cow, it attaches securely. It will probably not come off easily. Thank you for the recommendation!
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?



 

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