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Old 12-23-2010   #21
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What does the auto up #1 do?
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Old 12-23-2010   #22
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I think the Koni Omega is one of the best kept 120 film camera secrets out there
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What does the auto up #1 do?
It's a close-up attachment, allows focusing in at 18 inches and gives the
camera the "Bono look" as one of my friends said, lol:

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Old 08-21-2011   #24
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As far as I am concerned it never went away.
I have and use a 1946 Speed Graphic 4x5 Pacemaker, a 1972 Mamiya RB67, a Sinar-F monorail view camera all of which work.
Due to restrictions where I sned out my film.
The vast majority of may work is medium format regardless of the camera.
(whine-whimper) I also have a Canon 20d that for various reasons ai am forced to use, Butgive me film any day.
Since I am 75 years old I probably wont be changing my views in the near future
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IN the bottom of my Refrigerator one drawer is 4x5 film in color and B&W and the other drawer is 35mm and 120 film B&W and Color , not dead yet
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Old 08-22-2011   #26
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I shoot and develop film a couple times a week. I love the gratification of seeing a final print in the wash water then mounted on the wall. Plus it's just plain fun to play in the darkroom all day.


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