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03-24-2013, 12:14 PM   #1
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67 ii 120/220 window

Hi Folks,

New UK member here.

Long time Pentax user - started with a used KX way back in the late 70's, then bought my first brand new SLR a nice black ME - was I happy !!
Along the way I have used/collected - MX, ME super, LX (will take this one to my wooden box), MZ-S, 645n (love it).
More recently went digital with the 20D, but eventually went Canon (50D) - availability of used lenses!

I love my film and recently took the final step and reached for a "mint" 67 ii on the auction site that has served me well for over 10 years. However, the meaning of the word mint seems to have changed in the minds of some and the well less than mint 67 ii that is now mine, insists on showing 220 in the rear window even when the plate is in the 120 position - am I missing something or do I need a fix?

Hope you knowledgeable guys can help.

03-29-2013, 02:07 AM   #2
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Ignore my request for help - all sorted.
I hadn't adjusted the plate correctly - put your specs on Pat !!

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