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05-20-2009, 03:58 PM   #1
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My two new toys

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Today i received this two new toys





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droollsss.......
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Wow, those are both very nice. What is the viewfinder like in the 67II compared to the 645N? I have the 645N (and used to have the older 645 as well as the older 6x7), but always wondered what the 67II was like - is it nice a bright.
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Those are gorgeous! I love my 6x7 but man are those 67ii's nice looking.

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just out of curiosity, do you develop the film or use a lab?

Something about the fact that the 645 has a hotshoe seems funny to me. Perhaps the concept of making one of those any bigger!
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oh man, i'm drooling enviously!

congrats!
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QuoteOriginally posted by IsaacEastgate Quote
just out of curiosity, do you develop the film or use a lab?

Something about the fact that the 645 has a hotshoe seems funny to me. Perhaps the concept of making one of those any bigger!
It's really not that big, smaller than the K20D with grip. Does weigh more though by 6 or 8 oz.

I appreciate the hotshoe personally! But yeah with a flash, the thing is really heavy! Use Lithium AAs all around to shave a few ounces!

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That 645's very sleek.
But the 67II's a monster!
Awesome!
Drool with desire, but delighting for your new toys!
Show us some of what it can do!
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