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    Stupid new RZ67 owner tricks :)

    So I took the new RZ67 out for the first time today. Barry (from here) and I went out and I burned through 5 rolls of tri x. Just got them hung to dry...tack sharp...beautiful resolution....well exposed....all the good stuff you see at first glance ..........................................



    BUT


    I told myself the rubber hood for the 110 must work on the 50 as it screws right in....saw no problem through the viewfinder....looked cool....


    all 4 corners on about 2.5 rolls and very evenly cut off


    The 110 hood does not work on the 50! I guess most folks already know that.
    david
    Atlanta, GA

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    Yes, it does not work on the 50. You will need the 80mm #1 slide on square wide angle hood which also works on the 65mm Lens.
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    You can call it, a Holga adapter for Mamiya and sell it on Ebay for big bucks....
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkamiya View Post
    You can call it, a Holga adapter for Mamiya and sell it on Ebay for big bucks....
    to go on the world heaviest holga
    david
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    Opposable thumbs and bipedalism are no guarantee of intelligence. Here's added proof from my first few days with a new RB last year. After prolonged, unsuccessful attempts to remove the lens, I was seriously thinking about a pipe wrench and an 8ft cheater bar when I finally discovered the camera wasn't cocked. Have fun with your RZ and those BIG negatives.



 

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