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    If you are using a hand held meter, go for the plain prism. I love mine n would never go to a WLF ever again... too much stray light n just doesn't feel right with a grip on it.

    I like using the quick focus levers on my lenses, so the prism, grip winder, lever combo makes a really nice hand feel for quick shooting.
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    HS, I use the same screen as I have 35mm back as well as 120 and also have the original screen. While with the 120 attached I have to remember to frame for the 120 back and vice versa, the screens are the same in use and brightness. I only very occaisionally switch the screens and only when for some reason I know I'll not be slapping on the 35mm back which is seldom as I do not have a 35mm system, preferring to use the Bronica as both.

    I too have the focus ring for the lenses but, never got the hang of it, probably the least used acc'y I have but it came with the system when I bought it. But, then again, I seldom use the tab that is on my Leica Sumicron-C either.

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    I have the AEIII and would not look back. It makes the ETRSi feel like a big SLR. The hold function is very handy for adjusting exposure on the fly.
    As pointed out by others, it depends on what you will use the camera for. I have the WLF but I never used it.
    If you want to be mobile and versatile with your camera, I would recommend investing in the AEII or III, may be who knows, your bronica would become your main camera then?

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    I managed to get hold of an almost mint AEIII so I have this on the camera with a speed grip now. Must take it out and put some film through it now!

    Can't see the Bronica replacing my D3s as the main camera, however I am looking forward to putting film through it again after all these years.

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