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    Kevin,
    What _is_ your budget for this? I have an Isolette I also, which doesn't have the double exposure prevention that the II and III has (I think the II has it). And my particular Isolette gets wonderfully sharp images. It's a very inexpensive solution if you aren't looking for an entire new system.

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    Yashica-D TLRs, by virtue of being Rolleicord copies give multiple exposures by default. You have to cock the shutter and fire, though.

    Old folders may be even easier to control. Some have a very primitive shutter made out of a single spring. By depressing the firing lever, you are cocking and firing it at the same time. So you go up-down for the first shot, then down-up for the next, &c &c.

    Neat thing about them too is that they use a red window instead of a fixed length frame counter.Not only can you have multiple exposures on a frame, but overlapping frames as well. I've tried this and it gives some sort of modern-ish panorama, in 6x72 !!

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    The folding 6x9 I started on 40 years ago (and IT was old then) took a picture every time you tripped the lever --- a self cocking shutter. That always troubled me as a kid starting out.
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    My Hassy 503CW and a Winder CW does this. Switch the winder to M and use the IR Remote to fire the blad as many times as you want.

    Art (I have to admit, I have never tried this setting...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyen
    Kevin,
    What _is_ your budget for this?
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    Well it's already ordered, so a moot point!

    Actually I expect the 645 will find a lot of other uses as well. Now to find that doggoned 100mm f/4.5....

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    Got It!

    RF645 in hand! First roll of HP5 souped, and after a print I'm tearfully awed by the beautiful lenses. 65mm and 45mm both.

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    Great. That seems like a very neat little camera.
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    Pentax 645 does this. There is a "M.E." flat knob on the left hand side.

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    The Bronica does it quietly, and the shutter cocking is motorized -- so I can keep it to my eye and work through multiples in a very smooth way, just like my Contax. Really digging it.

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    RZ 67.
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