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    Get a WA bag bellows. It'll allow you to work without the recessed lens board (what a drag !!!) AND make movements with your monorail that you won't be able to do with an accordion bellows in "closed" position... I can even use the 65mm lens on my monorail 4x5 without a recessed lens board with no problem...

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    I have a fine little collection of very old cable releases with less than 1cm ferrules. I can't understand why new ones have to be so long, the old ones still work fine after 80 years?
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    You can't change the bellows on this camera. Instead they made a special WA camera with a short rail and bag bellows.
    If it says Zeiss or Rollei, the answer is YES!
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