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    Nice! Have fun with your new gear

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    Quote Originally Posted by abr View Post
    Thanks everyone! I went to look at it, and it was in great shape. It does have the disks for the 150 lens, so that was a good thing. I asked the guy why he was selling, and he wants to go digital. Since I had an extra 20D and some accessories for it laying around, we arranged a trade. Win-win - I'm thrilled!
    You should be thrilled. In two years the 20D will be superseded several times and considered obsolete while the RB67 will still be a great film camera for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reellis67 View Post
    Does the 150mm have the disks?

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    Disks? You mean filters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtdriver View Post
    Disks? You mean filters?
    The 150mm lens (originally) came with three diffusion disks that can be inserted behind the front element. They give varying degrees of softness, although the lens can be used without them as well. Having the disks included changes the value of the lens, at least in my experience...

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    Good for you! The RB is my favorite camera. It is big and heavy but produces OUTSTANDING negatives and is really fun to use.
    The big WL/VF has a 3-d look.
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    Thank you Randy, I had no idea about those disks. I also don't have the 150mm, been using the 189mm for portraits. now I gotta look at ebay again.

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    the rb67 is an awsome camera, and i shot with the 150sf all the time,

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