I don't know how common they are, but I have found both a right-angle and straight (flip-up) magnifying attachment eyepieces to fit my K-series camera viewfinders. Unfortunately they won't fit the 6x7 as the viewfinder on that is of quite a different design.
Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour
However, my M-series camera bodies will take my Olympus OM series right-angle finders, so two for one there!
BTW, my 6x7 negs/prints are back. As I expected, the TTL ones are about 2 stops underexposed (though, surprisingly, still printable even if somewhat "moodily" dark and "painterly"), while the ones using hand-metering came out OK.
Also, for several frames I used either a Hoya +2 or a +1 diopter(with the SMC 200/4 lens). The results were most satisfactory on the 6"x7" prints.
I should have the AP6x7 back this Friday: cant wait!
The 6x7 format, for me, is just so much more appealing than the 6x6: just that little bit of "headspace" in portrait orientation, I guess. The shots (all hand-held), so far, just blow me away (even the underexposed ones).
BTW, "my" lab still uses silver halide technology for the prints, and quite affordable: I recommend them).
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