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    Quote Originally Posted by HocusPocus View Post
    John Koehrer,
    Mamiya 645 Pro - Curitan - From Left to Right
    Actually, Right To Left when the camera is rightside up.

    However, as the image on the film will be upside down, when you look at that problem shot, it will work out to be Left to Right.

    Thanks for the thread - I've never actually noticed which way the shutter travels until the thread piqued my curiosity and I pulled out the camera to check.

    The shutter needs service.
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    Darkslide in partially?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mweintraub View Post
    Darkslide in partially?
    I thought of that, but unless the camera was being held upside down when the shot was taken I think the blocked area is on the wrong side.
    Matt

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    Thanks everybody!
    Love B/W Negative!

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    Has the problem been solved? What was it? the First shuttercurtain brake?
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