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    Have fun. With good lighting and with good subject you can have lots of fun with Rolleinar et al.
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    Yeah, I can't wait to try it out. Thanks so much to everyone who commented!

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    So I got one of the items off eBay today - what combo do I have to install these in? Here's the pics:

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    That was quick!

    The bayonet Proxar 2 on the taking lens, the push-on Proxar 2 on the viewing lens. Then the Rolleipar für Proxar 2 on the push-on Proxar on the viewing lens. It should have a marking for which way is up. <-->

    Here's one of my Rolleflex Standards with its push-on Proxars. It's the same for your Rolleiflex, except that it has a bayonet on the taking lens:


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    +1 JPD.
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    Oh my gosh, that was so helpful. Thanks so much JPD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ww12345 View Post
    Oh my gosh, that was so helpful. Thanks so much JPD!
    It's a pleasure to help other Rollei users!

    An interesting use for the Rolleipar is to use it on the taking lens (without a Proxar) if you're taking pics of a high building, like a church, to eliminate converging parallels. With a Rolleipar upside-down on the taking lens you don't have to tilt the camera upwards. (source: Das Rolleiflex-Buch 1938).


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