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Hallo, hab ein altes Balgengerät, das ich bislang nie nutzte für meine M3, nun da ich mir eine M8 gekauft habe, erhebt sich die Frage ob es wirklich Sinn macht das Teil zu behalten oder kann man mit der M8 ein paar Spielchen treiben?

Andererseits wenn man es gut verkaufen kann, würde ich das Geld lieber investieren für ein neues Objektiv für die M8.

Hat jemand Erfahrungen mit M8 + Balgengerät ? Vor allem welches Objektiv verwendet man dann hierfür am besten.

gruss

Roland

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Kā saka…… nekautrējies pats visu pērejo izdomāt…

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Kā saka…… nekautrējies pats visu pērejo izdomāt…

 

ah ja das wollte ich schon immer mal wissen, danke

yes this is the answer I wanted to know thanks

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Hallo, hab ein altes Balgengerät, das ich bislang nie nutzte für meine M3, nun da ich mir eine M8 gekauft habe, erhebt sich die Frage ob es wirklich Sinn macht das Teil zu behalten oder kann man mit der M8 ein paar Spielchen treiben?

Andererseits wenn man es gut verkaufen kann, würde ich das Geld lieber investieren für ein neues Objektiv für die M8.

Hat jemand Erfahrungen mit M8 + Balgengerät ? Vor allem welches Objektiv verwendet man dann hierfür am besten.

gruss

Roland

 

Roland,

 

Most items used on a M3 can be used with an M8.

 

Presuming you used your bellows (Balgengerät) with a Visoflex however, only the Visoflex III works best with the M8. Earlier Visoflex's have problems, like the angle finder can not be used, or the arm does not fit the release button.

 

On the other end on the bellows, i.e. the lens end, nothing has changed! The 65mm Elmar always has received praise. Model II seems best.

 

I doubt a sale of your bellows-gear will generate enough cash for a (new) M-lens!

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Roland,

 

Most items used on a M3 can be used with an M8.

 

Presuming you used your bellows (Balgengerät) with a Visoflex however, only the Visoflex III works best with the M8. Earlier Visoflex's have problems, like the angle finder can not be used, or the arm does not fit the release button.

 

On the other end on the bellows, i.e. the lens end, nothing has changed! The 65mm Elmar always has received praise. Model II seems best.

 

I doubt a sale of your bellows-gear will generate enough cash for a (new) M-lens!

 

Hi Sander

 

thanks for the information, sorry for posting the german text into the englisch Forum,

yes I have as well the visoflex, but not the lens you mentioned - so maybe I will try it out with an other, to see what will come out.

Regards

Roland

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Kā saka…… nekautrējies pats visu pērejo izdomāt… As they say.... don't be bashfull make a decision yourself:)

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Hi Sander

 

thanks for the information, sorry for posting the german text into the englisch Forum,

yes I have as well the visoflex, but not the lens you mentioned - so maybe I will try it out with an other, to see what will come out.

Regards

Roland

 

Which lens yuo mount to the bellows appends from the front plate of your bellows. There are three different plates, one with a M bayonet, one to fit 65 mm or the head of an 90 mm elmarit and the third fits rhe 200 and 280 mm heads.

 

Succes,

 

Co

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hello roland

 

here's an attachment re leitz bellows rings and lenses i've found useful. i found it via a forum discussion, so i think it's all right to post it again here for your info.

 

good luck

 

rick

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Hadn't realised that Ward 017 was up on the Baltic ... Maybe a Jurmala holiday?
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hello roland

 

here's an attachment re leitz bellows rings and lenses i've found useful. i found it via a forum discussion, so i think it's all right to post it again here for your info.

 

good luck

 

rick

 

Hi Rick, thanks for this diagramm

regard

roland

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