Old 04-26-2019   #881
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Entirely by coincidence, my favourite local camera dealer has been given all of the film back, six plus capsules, loader and developing reels and tank in unused condition to sell for a customer. I have some photos (to develop) and will find out price when agreed with customer.

Hey, hope you get lucky with that stash! It took me the best part of a year to find all those things, especially the loader and the tank are really scarce.
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Old 04-28-2019   #882
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I've no real interest in shooting yet another format, but here's the entire kit the camera store had just taken in. Immaculate and I would suggest unused. Complete with instruction manual in German!

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Old 04-28-2019   #883
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That tank looks very much like my Nikor, but the reels are different. I do hope the lid for the tank is not missing, I cannot see it. And there's even a loader for the development reels, I haven't seen one of those before. Like you say, it looks brand new and shiny and probably not used. A perfect kit for somebody who would like to get started with 70mm.
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Old 05-06-2019   #884
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Salut les gars!

I can come back with few pics in this thread!

Fews days ago, i bought czmielek a RB67 back. Got it today, and i'm like a child in front of christmas tree! A little bit long due to customs, but i recieved it!
I'm in love with N.O.S. parts!



Open pack


Then, playtime!
Put Off my 645 back


Here, what i need to play with 70mm!
My RZ67, an adapter "G" (foam not changed yet), and my new toy


Tadam!


And something that's make me laught:

My balance works to 3kg, so you've to add 380gr for the left hand grip


So i thank you czmielek, very good seller!





Are pictures not to big???
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Old 05-06-2019   #885
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Me again!

I think you can consider PRESTINOX tank and reel for 70mm.
Goog for test, or 120/220 length!
Very cheap (buy one for 10€ shippied, and the second one for free)
Just choose "SUPERINOX" reference for 116/616!








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Old 05-06-2019   #886
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Very cool RZ67 70mm outfit. That handgrip might cause a strain, I carry a similar camera (Plaubel Makiflex but fifty years old) and best to carry by strap until ready to use. These cameras can be handheld.

Maximum Photo Firepower and lower medium format costs (bulk rolled!) plus you don't have to look much at the film counter
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Very cool RZ67 70mm outfit. That handgrip might cause a strain, I carry a similar camera (Plaubel Makiflex but fifty years old) and best to carry by strap until ready to use. These cameras can be handheld.

Maximum Photo Firepower and lower medium format costs (bulk rolled!) plus you don't have to look much at the film counter
My RB67 70mm kit comprise of 127mm lens and 70mm back. Not too heavy but I use a neck strap and hold the camera at my side when out and about. About time to load some reels too.

At one time I did use only a monopod and carried the RB over my shoulder but it made me nervous so back on a neck strap.
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My RB67 w/ 127mm lens and 70mm back:

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Old 05-07-2019   #889
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Nice. I have more brand new Mamiya 70mm film backs if anyone is interested.
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Old 05-07-2019   #890
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Darkroom Print 3 Hot Rodded Pentacon Six by Nokton48, on Flickr

Back in the day this was the hottest Pentacon Six to be found anywhere. I sent the body to Dresden and they upgraded it to full Exakta 66 MK2 mode. The body was then covered with "Rollei SL66 Anniversary Diamond Rubber" which I procured from the Rollei factory.

Photograph made in my studio by direct flash. Hasselblad 100mm F3.5 Planar, 70mm Kodak Surveillance Film, processed in ADOX Borax MQ.

Silver gel print on RC paper
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Nice. I have more brand new Mamiya 70mm film backs if anyone is interested.
I was one of the guys who received one of the new backs from czmielek in a trade for film. A pleasant transaction all around.
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Old 05-27-2019   #892
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Beatty Coleman Black 70mm film mag by Nokton48, on Flickr

Just bought a third Beatty Coleman Transet 70mm back. This one is black finish. For my Plaubel Makiflexes.
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Old 05-28-2019   #893
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Which back do you prefer?

With or without cassettes?
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Old 05-28-2019   #894
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The Beatty Coleman uses removable spools (no cassettes) and takes unperforated film. The Graflex takes cassettes and unperforated.
I don't have a preference yet but I'm glad I have all of these.

I was out testing the Beatty Coleman this morning. Efke PL100 unperforated, one of my all time favorite films.

Cassettes eventually wear. But you can daylight change a roll.
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Is it 6x9?
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Old 05-29-2019   #896
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Unusual size; 80mmx63

70mm Beattie Coleman Transet 4x5 Graflock
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Multigrade RC VC 70mm PX 1981 Microdol-X by Nokton48, on Flickr

From my humungeous stash of original 70mm Plus-X expired 1981. A nice photographer GAVE me eight rolls along with some darkroom stuff.
It develops well in Microdol-X straight in a JOBO Multitank spun on an old Uniroller.

Printed darkroom Promaster RC VC Multipro developer
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Fuji GX680 Prism fitted custom to Makis by Nokton48, on Flickr

Today I felt the need to tinker, so I completely disassembled the Makiflex finder (down to the plate that fits in the camera). I then attached the Fuji GX680 Prism Viewfinder to the Maki plate. This is rapidly becoming my favorite Maki viewfinder

Shown with 70mm Beatty Coleman Transet film back, still loaded with a 220 length of unperforated Efke PL100. I'm close to finishing it.
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Today I set up some new flowers on the back deck, and shot some 70mm test film.

First the Makiflex 270mm Tele-Arton auto EV15 off the back of my hand, moderate sun.
F16 @ 1/125, 1/60 and 1/30. 70mm Efke PL100 EI80

Then the Hasselblad, first Rollei 70mm, EV15 100mm Planar-S.
f16 @ 1/125, 1/60 and 1/30

Then switch to 70mm Kodak Surveillance still EV15,
f16 @ 1/125, 1/60 and 1/30.

Will be interesting to see the differences.
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Package from England.
My new Hewes 70mm spiral!




120 (80cm) VS 70mm (5meters)...
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