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    Best focusing screen for an RZ67 ProIID

    I've been shooting with an RZ67 ProII for years, but always in a "stock" configuration. I just recently picked up a ProIID and am picking up a few accessories for it (L-Grip, Winder II, etc.). I've noticed that there are a number of different focusing screens for it and am considering getting a split rangefinder type screen. I believe that is the "E" version. While researching this, I noticed a number of other screens made by Mamiya as well as some third party screens, which report to offer a brighter image on the ground glass.

    I'm wondering if anyone has experience with these screens and can offer any recommendations.

    Thanks!

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    I have a brightscreen 20/20 based off an original mamiya screen. Much brighter and snappier, definitely recommended and worth the price.

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    I have the rangefinder style for my RB and it is great.
    Mark Barendt, Ignacio, CO

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    Cool, thanks guys. Going to see if Brightscreen makes a rangefinder version.

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    They will modify any version, I believe. I find the stock micro-prism only to be better than split image, personally. less distracting, I think.



 

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