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Thread: 500 c/m vs. RB

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    With the 80?

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    That's pretty light.

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    [QUOTE=Jim Rice;1491466]That's pretty light.[/QUOTE

    It sure beats the Mamiya RZ67 that I used to own. I had a 3 lens kit (50mm ULD, 110mm and 180mm). Together it all weighed a ton.

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    Do you find yourself shying from long exposures hand-held?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rice View Post
    I assume with calibration tapes.
    I have an MRL 200nwb/m tape. It gets me by.

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    With the 58 on the 'Flex I shot wide open at 1/8th in a pinch and the results were astounding.

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    At one time, I had the same tape in 2" format.

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    And 1/2".

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    Though that was a couple of lifetimes ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Rice View Post
    Do you find yourself shying from long exposures hand-held?
    Personally, I don't shoot any slower than 1/60th of a second with any camera hand held. Shooting hand held at slow speeds is not recommended for the Hasselblad. I believe the mirror plays a lot into this. I saw a test once between a Rollieflex TLR, Hasselblad 500cm and a Mamiiya RZ67. Of course the Rollieflex won but what was surprising was that the RZ came in second. The testers figured the added bulk and weight dampened the mirror a bit.

    If you like shooting slow hand held I would recommend the Rollieflex TLR.

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