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    Ain't she pretty - Rollei 6008

    Yea she is, shame my boss is havnig me put it up on ebay starting tomorrow night, and if its like everything else thus far, its gona start at 99 cent.





    My co-worker and I were joking bout taking it home for the weekend and trying it out, but we were both too paranoid about hurting the thing. Its damn nice, but I'm too afraid to play with it, and I've taken home a Leica IIIg with a nice lens and played with that without a problem.
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    Rather have the new Hy60

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Hicks View Post
    Rather have the new Hy60

    Cheers

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    No clue what the Hy60 is, google turns up nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kb244 View Post
    No clue what the Hy60 is, google turns up nothing.
    Sorry, my error. Hy6.

    Google doesn't know everything.

    I have pics of the camera and handled a prototype at photokina. Gorgeous!

    When I've finished my Shutterbug coverage I'll be putting the information up on www.rogerandfrances.com.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Hicks View Post
    Rather have the new Hy60

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    I wouldn't turn my nose up at it! Beauty!

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    There is a quite informative thread about it on photo.net:
    http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetc...id=00IErf&tag=

    I agree with the thoughts that's where Hasselblad should have gone to and not the H way...
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    well, give us more info...lens type, format, etc?

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    Awe come on Karl, get it for yourself, whats working for 2 years to pay it off, just a short amount of time out of your life!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Parker View Post
    Awe come on Karl, get it for yourself, whats working for 2 years to pay it off, just a short amount of time out of your life!!!!

    LOL

    Dave
    Har Har, if my boss does say 99 cent starting with no reserve then I'd have to compete with all you guys, and I ain't that rich. When he left today the items going up (rolleiflex 6008, leica summarex 85mm f/1.5, and some anamorphic lens) was said to go up for 99 cent no reserve I'll know for sure as sunday evening nears, until then I'm gona go ahead and get these items scheduled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew B. View Post
    well, give us more info...lens type, format, etc?
    Well I guess format wouldnt be shown, but its a 6x6, has an autowinding back, two of em. The lens as shown is some 80mm f/2.8 HFT Planar which i beleive is a Carl Zeiss glass. Waist level finder, seems to have both auto shutter and auto aperture ( you can choose either, or both, or neither), focus screen is a matte grid with a micro/split prism. Has two batteries plus the one charger, everything seems to be emaculate condition.

    Needless to say, it felt nice, but I don't need another camera right now, least not one that'll put a serious dent in my finances, also my co-worker was saying we need to get it sold soon or it will be coming home with one of us on a regular basis... too tempting.

    My boss shot a couple rolls of it already, probally gona get the 120 developed tonight and scaned if any of you are curious.
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