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RE: [Rollei] 'Must Haves' for any TLR user?


I like the Rolleinars, but only use them on a tripod because you really
need to play around with the focusing and dof. Great thing about the
Rolleinars is how easy they are to take on and off the bayonet mount. I
shot some architectural closeups with the Rolleinar #2 past weekend and
will try to get the best negatives scanned for the gallery.


- -----Original Message-----
From: crgrbrts  ] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 11:43 AM
To: rollei  us
Subject: RE: [Rollei] 'Must Haves' for any TLR user?

For my 2.8E I've got a Luna Pro meter, a UV filter and a couple of black
& white filters, the absolutely necessary lens hood AND a handy-dandy
Rollei Stereo attachment. It resembles the panorama head but it a simple
tripod, mounted sliding bar.  For static subjects (obviously) it takes
breathtaking stereo pairs.  I admit, I don't use it much, but it's fun
from time to time.

I'd like to get a Rolleinar set.  (R.J. -- do they work well?)

Oh -- someone on the list called me this week about the 2.8E I had for
sale a few weeks ago but I lost the voice mail message and can't return
the call. I apologize.  So, to whom it may concern, the camera has
already been sold to a very nice lady.

Washington, DC