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Old 01-03-2007   #1
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EDIT: May 2011: THE EPSON R-D1 FAQ website has a new home at CameraQuest
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Over the past year I've scrawled rough notes on oddments of paper, created scrappy Word files, collected web links, etc., whenever I've come across something about the R-D1 that I thought might come in useful one day.

I've tidied up this collection and created an Epson R-D1 Information Resource website for the benefit of the community:

It contains information on adjusting the rangefinder, which batteries to use, repairing/servicing, replacement eyepieces, problematic lenses and anything else I thought useful.

I'd be grateful for feedback:

• mistakes
• broken links
• omissions
• clarifications
• suggested additions.

If you have any new material, this is especially welcome.

The website has been created under a Creative Commons Licence (excepting my personal photos in my Gallery), so feel free to use/republish the material as you wish. All I ask is an acknowledgement and a link back to my website.

Last - but not least - thanks to everyone on this forum, as this is where I've gleaned a large proportion of the information.
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Old 01-03-2007   #2
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Great~

Thanks. Great stuff. Great service to the forum.
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Old 01-03-2007   #3
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Wow, Rich, this is a very impressive collection of info! Thanks for doing it.
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What an incredible resource for those of us that hope to be able to adjust their rangefinder someday.

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terrific resource
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terrific resource

Hi there Rich

thank you for collecting and compiliing this great resource for rd-1 owners and prospective buyers. I'm just days away from my first hands on experience with it but I wanted to mention that I had very similar motivations with purchasing it as you.

I wanted a smaller, more discrete, inter-personal camera... I only hope that I can get acustomed to the RF way...

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Wow this is great indeed! It is a useful site that for sure hundreds of people will refer to.

Anybody has servicing info or guides on the RD-1s which is built differently than the original RD-1? It will be good to include their differences as well.
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Hi Rich,

What a brilliant achievement!

I did not have the time to deeply read each article, but I noticed that with the megaperl magnifier, I can reliably focus my tele-elmarit 90 2.8 at full aperture and even my tele-elmar 135 4.0 at 5.6. I suggest to add on your rangefinder accuracy table 1 page (http://www.richcutler.co.uk/r-d1/r-d1_05.htm) a 'maximum aperture with the megaperl attached' column based on your experience (or other RFF members).

Again, thanks a lot for the work , really appreciated.

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^ What they said. Excellent stuff.

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Rich,
This is really excellent and much needed. It will save a lot of time trying to search past threads here hoping to find the information.

Perhaps you can add the URL to your signature as something like the R-D1 Information Resource so that new R-D1 owners and Forum members can easily find it.

Better still perhaps the moderator could add it to 'Cool Links'

Thanks for all the hard work.

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Excellent resource, well done.

If I could just add one teeny-tiny criticism....my screen brightness is turned up way too high but I find the low contrast text very difficult to read....would it be possible to darken it down a touch? That light grey is pretty but a bit tricksy for me.

Other than that, love it.

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Echoing all the sentiments above.

Well done!
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Excellent site with a lot of info. at one place. Great job!
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Great site. Interestingly, I read the Moto Guzzi pages first! BTW, the link to Wessons on the acknowledgments page is broken.

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Wow! Thank you very much for your effort! Just the bit on the Exposure Pattern is worth the visit, let alone all the wonderful stuff on alignment (now I think I feel safer when I'll get my RD-1s to some local repairman!).

A very, very fine job!!!!

Great stuff!
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Hmm, esoteric Italian bike and esoteric camera

Excellent stuff. I also read the MG stuff first

The Trusted Reviews review is hilarious, should be made a sticky for this forum. Price of entry for anyone considering buying the R-D1
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Well done, Rich. Excellent work.
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Well done and thanks. .
Just got my Rd-1 today so this was perfect.

Now I can take digital photos of my Ms with a rangefinder

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Nice job

I would also note that diopters are available from CV for the R-D1, I got my from Cameraquest.com

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elmar 2.8/50

Rich great site thanks

can you confirm that the modern elmar 2.8/50mm can be safey collapse

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can you confirm that the modern elmar 2.8/50mm can be safey collapse
Sylvain, I've not seen this lens, but I'm pretty sure it can collapse safely. Just make sure that the the collapsed tube doesn't extend past the lens mount more than 20.5 mm.

As I mentioned in my aricle, the worst that can happen is the lens tube will hit a protective ledge in front of the shutter.
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Nice site and information Thanks

Now how do I get one of these R-D1's
(and shush.. don't tell FrankS that I'm thinking of it)

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Great job Rich, very well done!

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Kudos on you RD-1 site. It is a significant source of information on the R-D1.

I have one question. Doesn't the R-D1 use the Nikon D-100 sensor rather than the D-70?

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Doesn't the R-D1 use the Nikon D-100 sensor rather than the D-70?
Oops!

I've corrected this mistake, and I've found out the precise sensor (Sony ICX413AQ): http://www.richcutler.co.uk/r-d1/r-d1_14.htm

Also, thanks to those who've suggested changes, spotted mistakes or supplied extra info: keep the feedback coming!
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Great work, Rich!

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I became increasingly disatisfied with my 10D: I wanted a camera that I could dominate totally, not one that made decisions for me.....Unfortunately, no one makes a compact, basic digital SLR with manual controls. I can, of course, turn off automation in my 10D, use small prime lenses, etc., but modern cameras don’t make this easy (manual focusing, for example, is awkward, with no split prism and no depth-of-field markings), and I would still have to contend with the camera’s bulkiness.
Quoting above from your blog, there is a way to make one out of an ordinary DSLR. I've been able to 'dominate' my Canon 350 D (and 300D) by setting it to M and ignoring the other modes, except perhaps AV, and fitting a manual focus with manually set aperture M42 lens on it. Most M42 lenses have the scales and everything else which would make it totally passive to your whims and desires

The 350D is small and tiny. For all intents, a DSLR fitted with a manual focus lens and used only in its manual mode works just like a traditional, all-manual film SLR. Lag is limited to the mirror action, just like what an old-fashioned 35mm SLR would have. No time is lost with an AF lens trying to find focus or the camera's circuits trying to decide which sort of exposure it should have for a particular situation.

Yes, manual focusing is really difficult with the screens found on the Canon 350 D. I've replaced the screens in my Canon DSLRs with split screens scavenged from parts which came from old manual focus SLRs. This entails some effort, but one which is not different from what will be required when adjusting the R-D1. I also am looking at the possibility of getting an adapter equipped with an emulator chip which will activate the camera's focus confirmation.

My converted-to-manual DSLRs and the R-D1s go hand in hand; both take me back to the days when shooting was simple and uncomplicated
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One thing I can't see in removing the top cover.

How do you get the menu selector gnurled knob off? There's a screw with two little "pinholes".

Do you use a tiny spanner wrench? I can't get it off and I'm afraid to force it.
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...keep the feedback coming...
Congrats Rich, i didn't have enough time free to read it all but yours looks like a great site indeed. [IMG]http://*******.com/rv7w/pouceshaut.gif[/IMG]
About 'Collapsible lenses' might i suggest to warn that the current Elmar 50/2.8 can NOT collapse fully without touching something in the body when focus ring is set to infinity.
Same for the Elmar 50/2.8 from 1994 (M6J).
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I wrap a piece of electrical tape around the lens tube when a collapsible lens is extended.

That way, I won't accidently push it into the shutter.
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One thing I can't see in removing the top cover.How do you get the menu selector gnurled knob off? There's a screw with two little "pinholes".
The selector knob doesn't have to come off to remove the top plate: the whole selector mechanism stays in the top plate. I'll clarify that on my website.

PS: I assume it would come off with a pin wrench though.
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Hmmm.. has anyone, Rich or otherwise, used an alternative method such as the Copperhill method to clean the sensor on the R-D1?

Curious before he thinks about buying,
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has anyone ... used an alternative method such as the Copperhill method to clean the sensor on the R-D1?
A blower suffices, usually. However, I've needed to clean it once thoroughly, and used my DIY sensor brush. See: http://www.prime-junta.net/pont/How_...ur_Sensor.html

<rant on> I agree with everything that Petteri says: the commercial Sensor Brush folk talk pseudo-science rubbish, trying to baffle you with techno-babble. (I've a degree in a physical science, and companies/adverts (cosmetics ads come to mind...!) that use meaningless "science" to pull the wool over people's eyes annoys me intensely. </rant off>

Sorry... back to sensor cleaning. A DIY sensor brush is the quickest and easiest method for thoroughly cleaning a sensor. Other methods such as Copperhill are fine, but more laborious.
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Would just like too thank Rich and everyone for all the R-D1 information available. Reading this thread last night and looking at Rich's help site I finally got around to adjusting the vertical alinement on my new R-D1 [ rather than send it in under warranty and wait ]. It wasn't out a lot, but the difference in ease of focus is much better and was very easy to do.

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Cleaning the sensor is easy with a cotton swab and some alcohol ketonatis (70%). I've cleaned my R-D1's sensor several times this way. I explained it all on my blog. As always, continue at your own risk.
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Rich, thanks for the really useful information. The information on adjusting the rangefinder at infinity was especially helpful for me. My refurb R-D1 arrived with an incredibly dirty sensor and a rangefinder that was way out of alignment at infinity. It also had a very thick, adhesive-attached LCD protector. Had to remove the protector, clean the LCD screen and install a nice clear ScreenPatronus protector in its place. The sensor contamination wasn't dust; it evidently was oil. CopperHill cleaning cleared up that problem and your clear instructions on adjusting the rangefinder solved that one. Evidently the Epson R-D1 folks feel that "refurbish" means toss it into a box and ship it. Love the camera though.
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i acquired a r-d1 a short time ago, having first been obliged to hand it to the repair shop!

many a question pops-up, concerning ............... and now, i have an answering location.

thank you, rich ............ and those who have supplied much of the data.

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Firmware upgrade is available from Epson site
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Firmware upgrade is available from Epson site

May I echo the appreciation of your excellent information resource, Rich.

I too could find no version 2.0 firmware download on Epson UK's website until a friend (thanks Etienne) pointed out that it could be got to via the R-D1 'FAQ' pages and, specifically, the question 'can I upgrade my R-D1 to the R-D1s?' http://http://esupport.epson-europe.com/FAQListing.aspx?lng=en-GB&data=F574FCB25EA26FB50358AC2CC6834B6AE813E64E4C CFD6698D3710F198E90E44&T=209

The dowload is there; it's just that it's well concealed. One more R-D1 becomes an R-D1s!

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Super Angulon 21/3.4 is not a problematic lens!
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Super Angulon 21/3.4 is not a problematic lens!

Hi Rich,

Great site and very informative. Thanks. Just a little comment regarding Super Angulon 21mm F3.4 lens. You mentioned SA as a problematic lens for R-D1. I 'm using it quite often with R-D1 and there is no problem attaching it to the camera -- just be careful. Perhaps this setup is not recommended for people with Parkinson's disease, but for the rest of us it's fine. With SA attached R-D1 loses auto exposure metering capacity, however, this is a small thing with digitals. Here is an example of the picture with SA 21/3.4.

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