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    Difference between shen hao HZ45 and TZ45A

    Hi,

    i currently have a HZ45 type shen hao (4 years old) and was wondering if the TZ45A is more stable better produced. Some things like alignment of the back is somewhat simple, the front lenspanel is somewhat flappy with a heavier lens. All knobs are made of plastic. The back insert holds the sheet holder with two parts of metal plates bend, i saw that the back of the new type has a bettre construction such as the linhof back to hold the sheet holder in position.

    Are there any users of the older HZ45 type who moved to the TZ45 version?
    I would like to hear their opinion.

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    Sorry I have not, I have the HZX45IIA.

    For the site of Shen Hao click here.
    For the site of the European importer click here.

    Maybe Robert can help you further.

    None of the sites show the HZ45 however.

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by archphoto View Post
    Sorry I have not, I have the HZX45IIA.

    For the site of Shen Hao click here.
    For the site of the European importer click here.

    Maybe Robert can help you further.

    None of the sites show the HZ45 however.

    Peter
    The one you own the hzx45iia is the same as i have. Some years ago it had a different name i believe. I bought it directly in china when there was no dealer.



 

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