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    I almost always use my rb67 on a tripod.If I want a 6x7 neg on the run I'll bring along my rapid omega,its a whole lot faster to focus compose and shoot.

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    I handhold my RZ. The flash grip and the wide camera strap helps.

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    I do it all the time. I like the L-grip a lot, but when I shoot 25 ASA film, I usually use a tripod.

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    Another hand holder here. I like to wander and grab shots and the tripod just slows things down too much. If I'm out in the mountains shooting scenics then I'll use the tripod but the rest of the time its hand held with the multi angle grip and a big fat Optec Pro strap.
    Various Canons and Nikons. A Mamiya and a Bronica. A couple Brownies, and a Couple of Argus' (Argi?)

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    I'm with Ed it is designed to be used 1/15 or slower off a tripod for large scenic shots but you can use it like a 'leica' if you want, motor, grip and strap helps.

    Noel

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    I do when i (often) forget my tripod. Really can make you think about compostion not having a tripod.
    Thanks for coming.

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