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    Amazing story and video.
    I enjoyed it very much, thank you for posting this.

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    Thanks from me also...just made my day! Wonder why manufacturers went to so much trouble to control flare....

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    This is what it takes to get you to shoot medium format? Oy, vay! I'd hate to see what it would take to get you motivated to shoot large format!


    Good job giving the camera some use again! Maybe they'll let you take it out again soon.

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    Beautiful and interesting work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian C. Miller View Post
    This is what it takes to get you to shoot medium format? Oy, vay! I'd hate to see what it would take to get you motivated to shoot large format!


    Good job giving the camera some use again! Maybe they'll let you take it out again soon.
    Sometimes a camera is just a tool but sometimes the history of the camera helps to inspire.

    Thanks for the kind support and comments. I really appreciate it.

    Yaniv.

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    That was very cool, props for making the video! It's amazing how much history is in those old Rolleis, makes me wonder what my '52 'cord has seen in its lifetime.

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    Many thanks for this. I've sent the reference to my brother-in-law, who's a professional photographer and lives in Petach Tikvah. I think he'll love it.

    Cheers,

    Les

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    The film was not threaded under the first roller when loaded. Was this different from the newer Rolleiflexes? My 3.5 F is loaded under the first roller.

    DaveO

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    Great video and it shows why I think any Rolleiflex is preferable to any other camera. A camera from the '30s that easily has the it factor most cameras can not touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesm View Post
    Many thanks for this. I've sent the reference to my brother-in-law, who's a professional photographer and lives in Petach Tikvah. I think he'll love it.

    Cheers,

    Les
    That will be great. I'll be happy to hear from him.

    Thanks!

    Yaniv.

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