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Thread: Rolleinar IV?

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    OOps, you are right, that new one is bay IV... probably not needed anymore because of the closer focusing.

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    ic-racer, looks like that there is such a thing as a Bay IV. I went ahead and picked up an old tele. I found one that is in perfect shape (to my wallet's chagrin). Should be a lot of fun.

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    Now to set the record straight for anyone that searches this topic, the old Tele was Bay IV and the new tele is also Bay IV.

    Good job on getting the Tele. Post pictures if you can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcus schluschen View Post
    I believe it is called the 1.5x Rollei - Mutar and is for Bay 2 or 3
    No. The Mutar attaches to a regular Rolleiflex
    to give it a longer (or shorter, depending on
    model) foral length. It is not a close-up
    attachment.

    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Now to set the record straight for anyone that searches this topic, the old Tele was Bay IV and the new tele is also Bay IV.
    No. the Old Tele is a Bay III design. I have
    two Teles, and I use my Bay III attachments
    on them all the time.

    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    Oops, you are right, that new one is bay IV... probably not needed anymore because of the closer focusing.
    A Rolleinar is always a useful tool -- they are
    routinely used on all Rolleiflexes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bokeh Guy View Post
    ic-racer, looks like that there is such a thing as a Bay IV.
    New Rollei-Wides use Bay IV attachments.

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