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    Quote Originally Posted by Elox
    Same with M645 & 1000s.
    add the Pro TL to this list.

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    On the Mamiya RB-67, the film wind and shutter cocking are separate actions. Not everyone's a big fan of hand-holding these tanks, but they'll do what you want. Just a thought. (The Pro-S and Pro-SD have double-exposure prevention interlocks that can be over-ridden easily. The original RB-67 will apparently allow you to make as many mistaken double exposures as you'd like.)

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    Rollei 6000 series except 6006 - I believe.

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    Rollei 6001-6003-6008 have multi-exposure, 6002-6006 require a special accessory.

    Possible also with Rollei SL66 and Rolleiflex TLR since the 2,8 GX at least.

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    Is it possible to put an outboard finder on a Bronica SQ-Ai or ETRSi (I'd like a GS-1 but fear that they're quickly becoming very rare and probably pricey)? A motorized one of these might be good, though I'd like to leave the mirror locked up and view through an outboard finder (maybe use my Voigtlander 50mm brightframe finder, heh) ?

    Actually the Littman looks fantastic but way out the the price range for this project

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    My Argoflex EM has a press shutter, making it easy to do this. My Kodak Reflex II cocks with the same lever used to release the shutter -- pull up to cock, push down to release -- so you can do the same with it. Of course, these are both TLRs.

    And, of course, anything with a "press" shutter can do this -- there were a lot of those on Speed and Super Graphics, IIRC. Just squeeze the cable release again, and you've made another exposure. Do remember to advance or change sheets occasionally...
    Photography has always fascinated me -- as a child, simply for the magic of capturing an image onto glossy paper with a little box, but as an adult because of the unique juxtaposition of science and art -- the physics of optics, the mechanics of the camera, the chemistry of film and developer, alongside the art in seeing, composing, exposing, processing and printing.

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    As far as the Bronicas go, the SQ and ETR series cameras have motor winders available but the GS-1 does not. However, with speed grip and MLU engaged the shutter recocking action is very fast.

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    Going with RF645

    After looking at my 6x6 negs, I figure 645 is plenty of a step-up from 35mm for this project. Plus light and fast and priced to sell -- the 45mm looks to be just right. The only thing missing is the motor -- not too worried about that.

    Thanks all!

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    With a bit of practice you could do it with a Rollei TLR.
    Claire (Ms Anne Thrope is in the darkroom)

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    Mamiya 7II lets you do this - you have to flip a little switch before hand though...

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