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  1. #11

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    This is interesting.. When you have the winder on, it issentually over ride the film advance crank, Meaning the film advanced crank can be in the closed position. I'm a left eye shooter it's more comforatable than the crank lever buried in my forehead.

    ToddB

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    Yup, glad you got it all solved. Sounds like you and I are in the same boat.
    K.S. Klain

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldBodyOldSoul View Post
    MD-12 is a nice winder with the best grip in the history of universe.
    I agree! I wonder why square grips were the norm for so long?

    Quote Originally Posted by ToddB View Post
    This is interesting.. When you have the winder on, it issentually over ride the film advance crank, Meaning the film advanced crank can be in the closed position. I'm a left eye shooter it's more comforatable than the crank lever buried in my forehead.

    ToddB
    Actually, the film advance lever must be in the closed position when the motor drive is used. Otherwise it'll jam. I'm left-eyed also, but leaving the lever in while shooting was/is a hard habit to break.

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