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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 03-15-2012   #81
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This thread has some of the best photos I've seen on this site. Time to exercise the 7!

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Old 03-15-2012   #82
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Keep on posting please. It's excellent
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Old 03-16-2012   #83
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Just bought Mamiya 7 with the 65. Had the Mamiya 6 years ago and sold it to buy a Leica but always sorta missed having a modern medium format camera. A few from the first roll:



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Old 03-17-2012   #84
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A few more...



65mm lens w/2x graduated ND filter, Velvia



43mm lens, Kodak E100VS



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Old 03-17-2012   #85
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PhotoMat: You truly know how to use the M7 and get some amazing results with it. I'm curious how you find using a grad ND filter with it. Do you just estimate where to put it over the lens or have you figured out a more exact way to position it?
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Old 03-18-2012   #86
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Hey Jeff:

When I use a graduated ND filter on my Mamiya, I use a filter with a soft transition rather than a hard-edged version. Shooting from a tripod (which I do with most of my landscape shots), I note the location of the horizon and then, viewing the lens from the front of the camera, position the filter over the lens to correspond with the horizon location that I noted from the viewfinder. I tend to move the transition a little further into the image because the effect is very gradual with the soft-edge transition ND filter.
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Old 03-20-2012   #87
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^Nice thanks for the grad ND info. I want one for my 7ii now after seeing that desert shot!!
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Old 03-20-2012   #88
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OHHH .. what lens is this? Amazing look to it!

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Old 03-25-2012   #89
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Those are some amazing images. Wow.

I have a lowly Mamiya 7 original with the 80mm lens. Here are some more recent photos.











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Old 03-25-2012   #90
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There are quite a lot of very inspirational image in here! Would love to see more.
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Old 03-25-2012   #91
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A couple more:



Horsetail Falls, Mamiya 7II, 43mm lens, Velvia 50



Summer Storm, Mamiya 7II, 43mm lens, Velvia 100
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Old 03-25-2012   #92
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Some older stuff:



Mamiya 7II, 43mm lens, Ilford HP5



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Mamiya 7 II with 80/4
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Old 04-02-2012   #94
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Great shots in here.

Must say, PhotoMat your photos are so beautiful.
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The images in here are giving me goosebumps

Here's mine, just trying to fit in :P


Lines by gogovisono, on Flickr


Villagers #1 by gogovisono, on Flickr


Natives on Bukbuk(?) Beach by gogovisono, on Flickr

All with a M7 not ii, using the 65mm lens
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Nothing to contribute, but ...lots of stunning photos on this page!
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Old 06-09-2012   #100
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Mamiya 7, Ilford delta 100 in Pyrocat HD, Scanned Epson 4990 with Betterscanning Holder.

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Old 06-11-2012   #101
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Here are a few from many years ago with the 43mm. A friend, now passed on.
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Great photos and Thank You for not over-sharpening them in post-processing.
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Portra 400

Middle one is a crop. Sorry if these are too big for laptop screen.
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Portra 400

Middle one is a crop. Sorry if these are too big for laptop screen.
This looks like the 10 Fwy out to Joshua Tree...
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Old 06-21-2012   #105
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I want this camera! The res in these images is amazing.
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Old 06-21-2012   #106
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This thread makes me so happy, thank you all for sharing.

Corposant, those Grand Canyon shots you posted were literally breathtaking. I haven't had that reaction to a photo in ages.
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Old 06-24-2012   #107
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gotta love this camera. got to get me one.
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Jubb Jubb - the lens that has made many of my favorite images from this camera.

Noll - thank you!

43mm, Provia 400, Morro Bay:
Gorgeous shots...I love Morro Bay...I grew up right near there!
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A few from last weekend.


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Old 07-03-2012   #110
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love the **** outta this camera


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the last with the 65mm - the others with the 43mm
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Old 07-07-2012   #111
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from last month's trip.


Bali-Tri-X -005.jpg by gogovisono, on Flickr

with a 65mm. really tempted on getting a 43 though :S

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Old 07-09-2012   #112
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A few with the Mamiya 7 and 65mm

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Angelfire, New Mexico by Katie Shearer, on Flickr[/IMG]

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Narrow Gauge Railroad by Katie Shearer, on Flickr[/IMG]
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The 7II is next on the list for me! Some of the bargains going in the classifieds lately have been unheard of!
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The 7II is next on the list for me! Some of the bargains going in the classifieds lately have been unheard of!
You're not kidding. I picked up a 7II, a 43mm, 80mm, and 150 in just shy of perfect condition for $1,900! Just minor scuffs on the back of the camera body from normal use. It has such a great feel in your grip too.

eBay! It sat for weeks before I had the chance to pick it up!
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You're not kidding. I picked up a 7II, a 43mm, 80mm, and 150 in just shy of perfect condition for $1,900! Just minor scuffs on the back of the camera body from normal use. It has such a great feel in your grip too.

eBay! It sat for weeks before I had the chance to pick it up!
That's an insane deal!
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First roll shot and I love this camera
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With the 80mm wide open
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That wall is about 9 inches wide
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Old 07-13-2012   #119
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