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cherryrig

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Has anyone ever had the chance to use them, or is still using them?

What do you guys thinking and are they easy to get used to. I've already got the CUL-1 and CUL-2 filters but want something to get a bit more macro style on a 6x6

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I have one but rarely use it. Unless you have a very long lens it gets way too much macro to be very easy to handle.
 
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Well I've got a 150mm lens which is my longest one. Too short still??

You got any photos from the bellows at all glbeas?
 

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Those bellows seem to be pretty rare. I think I've seen one go by on ePrey in a rather long period of time. Since I snagged the 110mm f4.5 1:1 macro at a very good price, I think I'll stop with that.
 
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cherryrig

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Yea, I cant seem to find a 110mm f/4.5 anyway either. So it looks like both are very very rare!!
 

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I had one that was like new but sold it on ebay several years ago as I never used it. The guy who bought it was happy to get it.
 

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Bought it during the Bronica crash for cheap & sold it a year later for 2X.
 

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Well I've got a 150mm lens which is my longest one. Too short still??

You got any photos from the bellows at all glbeas?

I think I shot this one using it. The Bronny is heavy enough as it is and adding the bellows makes it a bear to use.
 

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