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    I have both a 501CM and a 503 CX----Since I have the TTL flash metering on this 503 version and I have no desire for a motor drive I am well pleased----I have a 250 mm but no issues using it on the 503 CX (non Gliding Mirror) and therefore the 501 CM (with GMS) and 503 CX and interchangable with the exception of the TTL flash metering---I use a Metz 45 CL-4 on my Mamiya 7II (no TTL control on the M7 and dedicted TTL on the Hassy) with excellent results so I personally have seen little advantage of TTL flash control. I also have the Hassy D-40 which is again dedicated TTL for the 503 but the Metz is more versatile and the D-40 Simpler--The Metz is also much cheaper---check ebay as I don't think it's digital compatible so they now have a Metz Digital version--I gave $150 for the Metz flash LN in the box, all accessories, a Quantum batt. and charger AND the SCA cord/adapter for the Hassy----bargain!!
    OTOH if your doing landscapes or other the Mamiya has much better glass--oops!! did I say that !! OK--for me 80 mm vs 80 mm the Mamiya wins!! Handheld the Mamiya wins !! System Wise--the Hassy !! In a studio--the Hassy!
    Joseph Burke

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    I just traded in my Mamiya equipment for a 503CW with Adorama. It should be in my hands within the next couple of weeks.

    Thanks for your help everyone!

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    Assuming that you already have your 503CW by now, you are hopefully a happy camper like i was when i got mine.
    Great that digi.. something made it possible to buy these awesome cameras for reasonable money now.

    jan

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    One thing I have not got - is this black line only on the screen or you actually get the photos vignetted?
    Is it for lenses larger than?
    Some places I read 80mm, others 150 and others 250.

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    It┤s only on the screen and does not affect the final image. The degree of vignetting does not only depend on the focal length but also on the extension of the lens. You will see more vignetting up close than you will see at infinity.

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    this is a NINE year old thread ?!

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