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View Poll Results: Would you buy the new Fuji Range Finder ?

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    222 83.46%
  • No

    44 16.54%
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    I’m very interested, but any decision I make will have to wait until I actually know anything about the thing.

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    Normal lenses just don't do it for me. I perfer wide angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b View Post
    A simple yes or no to what we have seen today.
    Yes!! Absolutely!

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    Me say yes, wife and wallet will most likely have a different opinion
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    Looks cool, would have to see the $ tag.

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    If the price is right, otherwise why not buy a Mamiya 7. I like the idea of it being simple. I would love to have something with a 6x7 neg in a pocketable size, good rangefinder, aperture priority if possible, and no motor winder (quiet and less to break). Sometimes I think having one lens option is better because it saves me from myself in wanting to bring too much gear.

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    No matter, I am putting some money aside for it.

    I would easily pack into my large format bag along side my Chamonix.

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    No. I have fixed lens Fuji 6x7 and 6x9 rangefinders already. They are great cameras. This one would be a little more compact, but that's about it. It looks like it has a wind knob instead of a lever, and knobs tend to be harder to use. In addition, folders tend to have more alignment issues than fixed lens cameras. In spite of this, it's a good thing if they make this, as it shows that film equipment development isn't dead.

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    An mf folder, constructed from modern materials with TTL metering and a modern rangefinder? Yes I'd buy it. My only niggle is I'd prefer 6x6. I suppose it would be looking the gift horse in the mouth to hope for a 6x6 mask.


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    Well, if Fuji wants us to use up even more of their lovely film, then they should bring out a 6x9 version as well
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