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    LOVE THE NEW FUJI

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ID:	73502Just got this on eBay (God, just love eBay, where would we be without it). Decided to buy the best I find, not the cheapest that I used to look for.Paid US$800..First roll looks really good, well exposed and sharp. Haven't got any imprinted data though, will have to work it out.Attaching the first frame. A bit uninteresting but had to start somewhere.

    Cheers, Wojtek.Attachment 73501
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    Nice! I've never owned one of the Fuji MF rangefinders but they are absolutely stunning workhorses. Congrats!

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    All of these threads popping up about modern Fujis is giving me a bad case of GAS. I'm left asking myself which among them I'm going to procure.

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    The ultimate portable medium format in my book. Love mine
    Your first 10,000 pictures are the worst - HCB

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    If have exacely the same, which costed me 550€ on ebay with 1 year warranty. It had only 600 images taken so far. Great travel camera, the batteries last forever. Very sharp lens, especially in the wide range.

    You can have assigned f/stop, exposure time and date at the edge of the negative! Great.
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    Damn, I'm getting GAS again...
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    I am beginning to resent being referred to as 'half-fast'.
    Whatever that's supposed to mean.

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    I had the 65mm version and its focus was really spotty. Returned it for a Bronica RF645, which is a bit bigger but its rangefinder is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony-S View Post
    I had the 65mm version and its focus was really spotty. Returned it for a Bronica RF645, which is a bit bigger but its rangefinder is amazing.

    I have a GA645 and it focuses quite fine. Yours must have had some sort of problem.



 

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