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    Cheers Marc, that'd be much appreciated.

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    By the way, some of this information is on the inside of the back cover page (essentially page 61) of the Mamiya RB67 Pro S instruction manual under "M-lock system accessories (for Mamiya Press)". That title may be a little misleading but what they mean is Mamiya Press accessories that will fit onto an RB body.

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    You know the really nice thing about 6X7? It will crop to 6X6 really easy! A lot easier than a 6X4.5! I shoot both the RB-67 and C330 and like them both. If I have a scene I envision looking good square I just crop it when printing. Yea I know you lose a few shots per roll but when I shoot my 6X7 I only shoot 9 because 10 don't fit in my negative holders.

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    The only reason to shoot Medium Format is the size of the negative. Composition is something I like better in 6X7; so, I like the Mamiya RB
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