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Other than the fact that it doesn't work, the 67 is amazing. Jeebus this camera puts out some sexy negatives. And scanning negatives negatively then flipping in PS seems to keep the images 9001 times sharper what.

25 MP scan, downsized from 120 original. Oh and ignore the dust, I wasn't very careful with the drying and didn't Photoflo it. Also ignore the funk in the lower right corner, never had that happen before... Wonder what it is.
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Is that wide open? Even though I don't ever shoot MF wide open, it would be nice to have f/2.8. I'm thinking about upgrading to an RZ, though, this RB is fairly cumbersome to carry along with 2 or 3 other bodies on a day trip.
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LOL, this comment from a guy on PTON: http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1144788
Quote:
no
im not saying the 100L will not work fine on the crop
it will work fine
but its better on the 60D ,7D AND 5D
for the image quality and for the AF
shoot and see
and you will know what i mean

I can't understand some people's complete stupidity. The t3i, 60D and 7D all have the same sensor...how in the hell is the image quality different?

You should see his reasoning for his statement it is hilarious.
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Is that wide open? Even though I don't ever shoot MF wide open, it would be nice to have f/2.8. I'm thinking about upgrading to an RZ, though, this RB is fairly cumbersome to carry along with 2 or 3 other bodies on a day trip.

Yup, wide open. Its equivalent DOF to the Leica 50 0.95 Nocti. Whats the difference between the RB and RZ?
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wow....i died laughing when he showed the photos on teh recommended lenses.....
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The largest differences are the body weight/materials and the fact that the RZ takes a battery because the leaf shutter is electronically controlled. Notice on the RB, shutter speeds are selected on the lens, while on the RZ, you turn a knob on the body itself. The RZ will take RB lenses, and there is an "RB" shutter speed on the body dial. RZ also offers TTL-coupled exposure with the appropriate prism, while RB TTL prisms simply give you a readout in the finder, and leave the settings to you.
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Yup, wide open. Its equivalent DOF to the Leica 50 0.95 Nocti. Whats the difference between the RB and RZ?

Oh and Molten is the basically the Speedster of POTN. His first DSLR he got two months ago. It was the 5DII kit. Then he sold it for a 60D. I don't understand him, don't think anybody ever will.

How the hell did I just quote myself? That wasn't the edit button...

So RB vs RZ is basically focal plane vs leaf?
Edited by dudemanppl - 2/3/12 at 5:47pm
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wow....i died laughing when he showed the photos on teh recommended lenses.....

I know hahaha
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Yup, wide open. Its equivalent DOF to the Leica 50 0.95 Nocti. Whats the difference between the RB and RZ?

Oh and Molten is the basically the Speedster of POTN. His first DSLR he got two months ago. It was the 5DII kit. Then he sold it for a 60D. I don't understand him, don't think anybody ever will.

How the hell did I just quote myself? That wasn't the edit button...

So RB vs RZ is basically focal plane vs leaf?

Oh wow, what a nub wub he is lol
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So RB vs RZ is basically focal plane vs leaf?

Both use leaf shutters. The one in the RZ is electronically controlled by the body, the rb is manual.
 
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Oh so the AE makes sense. Neato, more you know.
Also molten is amazing. http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showpost.php?p=13820568&postcount=16
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