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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 10-20-2018   #41
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Time for a bump.
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Thanks for the bump, John. And Maiku! Good to see you posting again.

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Old 10-21-2018   #46
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Tree on French motorway.

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Disappearing Chinatown, WDC. GS645S, TriX

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A few from New York City:

2015-05-21-GA645Wi-ty-xr003 by Gijsbert de Haan, on Flickr

2015-05-21-GA645Wi-ty-xr004 by Gijsbert de Haan, on Flickr

2015-05-21-GA645Wi-ty-xr008 by Gijsbert de Haan, on Flickr

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Cheers and thanks, Helen. I owe you an ‘engagement portrait’ or Mr and Ms T. Will send via email this weekend.







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Last week I found another and just rushed a test roll through..
Found light leaks on the first and last frame... not sure if it the bellows.
Also it potentially back focuses, is this an easy fix..?


Both the bellows replacement and focus adjustment are fairly ordinary repairs for this camera. Getting a good quality bellows is becoming a problem here in the US, but there seems to be several manufacturers there in the UK.
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Last week I found another and just rushed a test roll through..
Found light leaks on the first and last frame... not sure if it the bellows.
Also it potentially back focuses, is this an easy fix..?

Both the bellows replacement and focus adjustment are fairly ordinary repairs for this camera. Getting a good quality bellows is becoming a problem here in the US, but there seems to be several manufacturers there in the UK.
I had it sorted by Herr Gerhardt at Fototechnik
Some of the light leak stemmed from it not winding the roll tight enough, the sprung roller was tired.
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Fuji GA645Zi

I bought a Fuji GA645Zi a couple of weeks ago. Here's a couple of shots I took with Ilford XP2. I love the way this camera travels and it is lighter than my Nikon D500 and Sigma 17-50 lens by a wide margin. Processed by Dodd's and the JPEG quality is lean, these are less than 2MB in size on their CD.
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