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    B+W 021 (Yellow) 67mm and Mamiya polarizing filter ZE702 for Mamiya 7

    These are filters I havn't used in a long time. In fact, I used the Mamiya filter on my Mamyia 6 50mm lens a handful of times. It worked out OK but not great as it was designed for the Mamiya 7 lenses. Both are in great shape, and come in their original plastic cases. I'll take $20 for the B+W and $75 for the Mamiya Polarizer + shipping + Paypal fees.
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    The B+W 021 (Yellow) 67mm filter is sold!

    Anyone for the Mamiya 7 Polarizer??

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    I's got a M7II but what makes that filter specific for the camera? My B&W filter seems to be doing the trick fine....
    K.S. Klain

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    With a regular polarizer on a range finder, you typically hold the filter to your eye, rotate to the desired position for the effect you wish, then carefully screw it to the front of the lens so as to keep the exact orientation or risk loosing the effect desired. I found it impossible to do. I've heard that some resort to marking the filter for the correct orientation so that they can set it to the same orientation after screwing it into the lens. I never figured what this was all about! There may be a better way of doing this that I never doscovered.

    The mamiya ZE702 filter solves this very easily. The polarizer is designed to flip up so that you can preview the rotation while still attached to the lens. You then flip it back down over the lens and it keeps the orentation precisely. It's actually very well designed. It makes using a polarizer on an RF really easy...

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    Pola sold.



 

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