Originally Posted by mathomas
Oh, and as a (very long) past Kodak Tourist shooter, I envy you your GF670.
Maybe once they become used, I'll get one. I'll "limp" with my GW690III for now
I envy the 690 as well! In fact, for the size of the GF670, I wonder if Fuji can make a 6x9 version of it.
BTW, apparently I should have read the manual --- the manual refers to the top & left frame lines as "moving" lines so I suppose the other two lines are supposed to be fixed.
Originally Posted by Eddie90723
My ghost image doesn't line up either for infinity. I was focusing (for those in Los Angeles) focusing on downtown la from to the Griffith observatory. Now I think I hav to send it back to where I purchased it because it's not focusing correctly even on closer objects. Sniff.
Eddie90273, I am sorry to hear that you have a focusing problem. Did your rangefinder move "past infinity" as mine does? Did you notice focus shift in your pictures?
I guess alignment problems are just part of the rangefinder camera experience. One cannot get away from them over time. If it's not too far off I'd rather just work around them rather than wasting time fixing and adjusting these things.