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    There are some on eBay at the moment. If you buy these, then you have the complete set of close-up lenses for your Rolleiflex of that vintage:

    Proxar 1:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/261391960749

    Proxar 2:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/191102565729

    The Rolleipar parallax compensation prisms for both:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/151121028946

    I don't know where you live, but they ship worldwide.
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    Cool! Thanks for the heads up! Got em...

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    http://www.kevincameras.com/ normally has these things in stock, but you may find a better price on the bay. Not always, however. I find kevin cameras prices fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ww12345 View Post
    Cool! Thanks for the heads up! Got em...
    Nice! I suggest that you keep the sets in two clearly marked boxes. It's frustrating when you can't find one or two of the parts when you want to use them.
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    Yeah, will do.

    Also, thanks for the Kevin Camera link! Never heard of them before, so it's always neat to hear about a new (to me) supply place...

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    You'll find the prices of KevinsCameras to be double to triple the so-called street price.

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    The Proxar/Rolleinar for the taking lens has a female bayonet so you can use filters on it. The Duto/Rolleisoft filter has also a female bayonet, so if you want to take romantic close portraits you can use the soft filter on the Proxar, and coloured filter on top of that! Lots of possibilities.
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    I have the same camera and have been trying to figure this out - this thread is a godsend. Thank you apug!

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    I picked up Rolleinar I(Bay I, two parts) and Rolleinar II(Bay I, two parts) for Euro 35. If you wait you will get it.

    But, I find Rolleinar I more comfortable to work than II. Since II can bring you very close to the subject.
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    Just placed orders for the Rolleinar I; Proxar, both push & bayo I; and Rolleipar for Proxar I. Thanks again guys!

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