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Jan 22, 2011 21:11 |  #4307

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Bring that red ring back. :(

and take that bloody filter off it : )


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Jan 22, 2011 22:03 |  #4308

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Jan 23, 2011 05:17 |  #4309

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I bet the MF prism finder is is nice! Unfortunately it's not a carry-everywhere camera I guess. But the ZI finder is also huge, way bigger(or rather more expansive) than any SLR finder I've looked through.

One thing that really bugs me about modern SLRs are the tiny finders. The 5D finder is smaller than even the EOS 650, a consumer AF SLR from the late 80is.

Why not carry it everywhere? I usually do and often with an EOS-1D or 1N around my neck and sometimes with another body and more lenses in a bag...

You have to remember that the 650 (I have one) was the first EOS SLR ever so they wanted to impress with it. In fact the second successor, the 630 was the only pro camera in the EOS line until 1989 when the EOS-1 came out. The 650, 620 and 630 have features in them which you won't find in any other bodies except the EOS-1 and EOS-3, good flash sync speeds (the 620 and 630 have 1/250th) etc.

The grip/flash bracket on the Mamiya is left handed while the hand grip on the 1D is right handed so I can take silly mirror self portraits like this though I really need to redo it with a colorful or white T-shirt so you can see the cameras! Yes that's a 1D Mark II with 'the brick' my right hand and yet it looks small next to the Mamiya 6x7 with grip and Polaroid back, about 10 lbs or so, no need to go to the weight room with these cams.

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Jan 23, 2011 12:22 |  #4310

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^^^ I like how you have the strap attached... Makes it a sling, right...?

Yup. I cant stand having to deal with the strap getting in the way haha


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Jan 23, 2011 13:51 as a reply to  @ post 6868005 |  #4311

Should have thought of that before buying an Op-Tech Sling. Nice job.


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Jan 23, 2011 16:40 as a reply to  @ post 6868005 |  #4312

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Jan 23, 2011 16:50 |  #4313

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Nice Jon! How does the eye control work? :)




  
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Jan 23, 2011 16:50 |  #4314

hpulley wrote in post #11696688 (external link)
Why not carry it everywhere? I usually do and often with an EOS-1D or 1N around my neck and sometimes with another body and more lenses in a bag...

You have to remember that the 650 (I have one) was the first EOS SLR ever so they wanted to impress with it. In fact the second successor, the 630 was the only pro camera in the EOS line until 1989 when the EOS-1 came out. The 650, 620 and 630 have features in them which you won't find in any other bodies except the EOS-1 and EOS-3, good flash sync speeds (the 620 and 630 have 1/250th) etc.

The grip/flash bracket on the Mamiya is left handed while the hand grip on the 1D is right handed so I can take silly mirror self portraits like this though I really need to redo it with a colorful or white T-shirt so you can see the cameras! Yes that's a 1D Mark II with 'the brick' my right hand and yet it looks small next to the Mamiya 6x7 with grip and Polaroid back, about 10 lbs or so, no need to go to the weight room with these cams.

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Jan 23, 2011 16:54 |  #4315

jdizzle wrote in post #11699830 (external link)
Nice Jon! How does the eye control work? :)

Its very weird! I need to get used to it/calibrate it better. I still think I'll end up using selected focus points.


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Jan 23, 2011 18:40 |  #4316

jdizzle wrote in post #11699832 (external link)
I'm digging that Mamiya! :)

It's a great camera and you can get a 22MP digital back for only $8000, 28MP for $9500 and 56MP for a cool $31000... I shoot film with it for some reason :lol:


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Jan 23, 2011 18:47 as a reply to  @ post 6868005 |  #4317

For uni work I get to use the Mamiya RZ/RB67 and they are really good cameras. Feel so solidly built, like a tank lol. Before using one of those my 30D felt quite rugged and solid, now it feels like plastic toy lol xD


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Jan 24, 2011 06:59 |  #4318

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Gotta admit its silly looking but awesome at the same time


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Jan 24, 2011 12:41 as a reply to  @ post 6868005 |  #4319

I don't think it's silly at all, I'd rock it just the same


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Jan 24, 2011 14:51 |  #4320

hpulley wrote in post #11700444 (external link)
It's a great camera and you can get a 22MP digital back for only $8000, 28MP for $9500 and 56MP for a cool $31000... I shoot film with it for some reason :lol:

Might as well go all out and get the 56 MP back for it. ;):)




  
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