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120 / 220 film RF's 120 / 220 format rangefinders including Fuji, Koni-Omega, Mamiya Press, Linhof 6x7/6x9 cameras, Mamiya 6/7 among others, but excluding the 120 folders and the Voigtlander 667 cameras that have their own forums.

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Old 04-10-2017   #281
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Woman and child before the deluge, Bauloz, Switzerland

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Early summer forest, Perroy, Switzerland.

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Mamiya 7, 80 mm. Ilford FP4+. Orange filter. July 2017, near Cologne/Germany.

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^Pan F Plus is such a lovely film.
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Tree outside Apples.

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I donīt shoot in color too often, but this autumn i loaded my M7II with Fuji Pro 400H



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Gcap. Which film are you using? I'm guess some type of slide film.
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Gcap. Which film are you using? I'm guess some type of slide film.
It's Fuji 160NS negative film as FujiLove stated. I always have in mind though how a slide would look when I edit my pics...
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Spectacular contributions. Really lovely range of subjects and styles.

Their combined effect are causing what I always though was impossible: making me think 6x7 is not the biggest film format mistake this side of Kodak disc! :P
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My Mamiya 7ii is a pain in the but, but produces spectacular images

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My Mamiya 7ii is a pain in the but, but produces spectacular images
The images are spectacular.

Just out of curiosity, why is your Mamiya 7ii a pain in the butt?

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The images are spectacular.

Just out of curiosity, why is your Mamiya 7ii a pain in the butt?

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Thanks. The camera is poorly built and all electronic. The shutter is controlled by electromagnets that fail, leaving you stranded. There is a ton of plastic on the camera and in particular the dark slide key which has to be activated to change lenses is quite prone to breakage. When changing lenses you have to remember to release the dark slide and I always forget to. Fortunately the camera does not fire when it is closed.

The lenses, however, are very solid, ridiculously sharp, and very expensive. The results speak for themselves. Itís like being married to a crazy person who is a great chef.
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Early summer forest, Perroy, Switzerland.

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This image blows me away. I am jealous.
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Thanks. The camera is poorly built and all electronic. The shutter is controlled by electromagnets that fail, leaving you stranded. There is a ton of plastic on the camera and in particular the dark slide key which has to be activated to change lenses is quite prone to breakage. When changing lenses you have to remember to release the dark slide and I always forget to. Fortunately the camera does not fire when it is closed.

The lenses, however, are very solid, ridiculously sharp, and very expensive. The results speak for themselves. Itís like being married to a crazy person who is a great chef.
How often has the camera failed when you've needed it? For me, never. Yes, it needs a small battery, but I always keep a spare one in my bag. And the camera does have a sturdy metal frame, so plastic outer surfaces don't bother me. And they save weight. I do agree that the dark slide handle is flimsy, so I bought a metal replacement from a guy in Italy who used to sell them.

So what is a pain in the butt for me? Using graduated ND filters. It's a bit of a guess with any rangefinder,
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Every time I look at any of the transparencies from my Mamiya I gotta ask myself , in the big scheme of things, are these concerns that much of a pain ?
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To all of you posting these stunning images, BRAVO.
Larger formats totally liquidate fancy lenses and bodies in 35mm format.
When I was professional, it was Roll film..
The look, the colors, the sharpness and great framing and moments are stellar.
Thank you one and all.
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Gorgeous images in this thread!
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