I am certain that those were actually developed for the K/L Lenses on the RB. All K/L Lenses have two cable release sockets, one for opening, one for closing the shutter. You would screw both of the cables from the dual-cable release into the lens, trip the mirror by hand, wait, then open and close with the release. A lot better than having to close the shutter via the dial or the cocking lever which you had to do with the older non-c, NB, and C series lenses.
Originally Posted by Alan Gales
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MIRROR UP MODE on an RZ-67
Well now I'm really confused, I don't use bulb exposure on my RZ, or haven't, and only used T a few times.
Apparently the Bulb option doesn't work in mine, the shutter doesn't stay open when I hold down the trigger on the cable, it immediately closes...
It does however stay open indefinitely when I use T mode, you just have to manually uncocking the T button when you want it to close.
I find this a bit counter productive as this causes slight camera shake when touching the lens, however on an exposure you would need time for, you are shooting for a LONG time so the millisecond of shake while releasing the T lever on the lens is probably not going to affect anything.
However, still trying to figure out why the bulb doesn't work at all...
Mystery... I even change lenses, same thing ... Hmm...
The Noteworthy Ones - Mamiya: 7 II, RZ67 Pro II / Canon: 1V, AE-1 / Kodak: No 1 Pocket Autographic, No 1A Pocket Autographic
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