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    I think I'll have to get one of these if at all possible. Unless, of course, a Mamiya 7 with 50mm lens is available for less...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiku View Post
    No! Fuji's tech specs says 6 x 7 and 6 x 6 capability. Howard
    I was speaking of a nonexistent dream camera, Howard.
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    I wonder how many Mamiya C TLRs with 55 mm lens pairs you could buy on ebay for the cost of a Fuji 670 W ?
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    If we want new film cameras to keep being made, we're probably going to have to pay new prices for them.

    While it's not up my alley, this looks like a most excellent camera, and a nice vote of confidence that film isn't dead.
    The Analogue Laboratory, or 'so you built a darkroom in an old factory in the industrial zone'.
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    A welcome development and more interesting to me than the 80mm camera, but I am sure I will hesitate when the price is announced. My guess it will be similar to the 80mm price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    YES. A modern version of the old interchangeable lens 6x9s. Multi format 6x7 and 6x9. Basically a Mamiya 7 type, but with 6x9 capability. Now THAT I would save my pennies for...but then again, I feel that every 6x7 camera ought to be a 6x9 camera. How amazing would an RZ69 or Pentax 69 be?.
    yes, but how huge would an rz69 be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyMac View Post
    yes, but how huge would an rz69 be?
    Big..... but I think I would like an RB45 (in inches!).


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    Keeping with the overall design conceit of the RB67, it would probably be bigger than my Shen Hao 4x5- which is probably why it was never done. You'd be better off getting a 6x9 Baby Graphic, Bessa II or III, or even a Kodak Medalist at that point.

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    I dont know about a RB45 style camera being massive, I can only imagine, but I have used a Gowlandflex 4x5 Glamour TLR before and THAT was a massive thing to use compared to my previous hassy and sinar F expeience. A RB45 couldnt be much worse...:-P
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    It would be about the size of a Calumet CC-400 with the rotating back.

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