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    I have read about them and liked the fuji but i have heard that the batteries and hard to get and the camera is not the strongest, ie electrical.

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    Understandable. I make a point not to use anything which I think will put me out of commission due to an electrical issue.
    In other worlds he has
    darker days, blacker swells.
    Strokes that mix noir revenge
    on waves of grey.

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    The Fuji 680 has a full set of movements, so you can use tilt, rise and fall etc and it would solve your problem. There is a 115mm f3.2 lens which is the equivalent of a 50mm lens in 35mm. I prefer the 125mm f3.2 and the 180mm f3.2, oh and they are great optics. It is a beast of a camera but it can be used handheld but I prefer a tripod. I have a pentaprism finder and a Beattie screen and when used in conjunction with Acros I get 5x4 quality. The last model Fuji produced the mkIII is the version to get, its built like a tank and such a versatile camera. I have used it almost exclusively over the past 2 years in preference to my LF cameras.

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