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Fuji GM670 Photos
Old 02-16-2015   #1
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Fuji GM670 Photos

I couldn't find a thread for photos with this monster, so I started one. This is for the Texas Leica GM670, not the folding GF670. Please post your photos from the outcast of medium format Fuji rangefinders.
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Glad to hear that you're using the monster, Angelo. Looking great!
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Glad to hear that you're using the monster, Angelo. Looking great!
Thanks man! I cleaned it up a little and put new seals in it. Seems to be working well,
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Old 02-18-2015   #4
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Winslow,eh, that's gotta be the absolute backwater wasteland . But you made it look
like a destination. Nice job! Peter
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Fujica GM 670, Fujinon 100mm f3.5
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This one with the 65mm



Fujica GM 670, Val d'Ayas
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really should use it more. I thought about taking it with me today, leaving for a long week-end but did not do it. I still remember when I took the texas leica skiing....



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Should use mine as well. But I'm not a fan of 6x7.
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Winslow,eh, that's gotta be the absolute backwater wasteland . But you made it look
like a destination. Nice job! Peter
Thanks Peter!

I will be taking mine to Death Valley this weekend, hopefully I will get a few good ones
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This one with the 65mm



Fujica GM 670, Val d'Ayas
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Nice one! All of your shots look great!
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This one with the 65mm

Fujica GM 670, Val d'Ayas[/url] by mraposio, on Flickr
Is that with the 65/8 or the 65/5.6?
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