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Re: [Rollei] series 6? (was 'Must Haves' for any TLR user?)
The Bay I to Series 5 adapters are highly desirable these
days considering how many Series 5 filters are available
at camera shows etc.
Richard Knoppow wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob McClelland" <bob >
> To: <rollei
> Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2003 10:37 AM
> Subject: Re: [Rollei] series 6? (was 'Must Haves' for any
> TLR user?)
> > Forgive my ignorance, but what is a series 6? (Enquiring
> minds like to
> > know. . . :-)
> > regards,
> > Bob
> > Cornwall (U.K.)
> > Urban Images: www.marscovista.com
> > Kernow Images: www.kernowimages.co.uk
> > Surfaces: www.withoutgrass.com
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "John Lehman" <al7jj >
> > To: <rollei
> > Sent: Sunday, May 11, 2003 5:22 PM
> > Subject: [Rollei] 'Must Haves' for any TLR user?
> > blah blah . . .
> > > A Bay-2 to series-6 adapter
> > blah blah.
> Series 6 is a _size_ of filter. I think the series sizes
> were originated by Kodak. I don't know when this system
> originated but it was certainly in general use by the
> I have somewhere data on the dimensions of series size
> filters. They were/are made in both threaded and
> non-threaded type. Most were non-threaded types meant for
> use in push-on adaptors, which BTW, will also take the
> threaded variety.
> The adaptor being asked about is one allowing push-on
> filters to be used on the Rollei bayonet mounting system.
> This allows the use of any filter of the right size on the
> camera with only a single adaptor. I have one for Bay-I (is
> it? for Automats) cameras.
> I don't think Rollei ever offered such an adaptor but some
> filter manufacturers did.
> Richard Knoppow
> Los Angeles, CA, USA