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MarkoRepse

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Re: Hassy vs. Mamiya
« Reply #100 on: January 02, 2013, 03:28:21 PM »

How is the 90 degree high eyepoint viewfinder with a bigger back on. (digi backs are bigger than the DHW film backs).
Being high eyepoint I'm guessing its a nice fit with a digi back.

No problem at all. Its mirror based though which makes it really light, but the viewing angles are a bit more limited. But the view is massive, really nice!

... but maybe I should take a break from the forums for a while?
Eric

Maybe not a bad idea unfortunately...
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Re: Hassy vs. Mamiya
« Reply #101 on: January 02, 2013, 03:36:29 PM »

Hi,

I have mixed feelings. I have seen many posts by Fred, and I really think he tries to be helpful.

My view is that it is OK to share our views, but we need to have respect for the views of others. I don't feel it is OK to put anyones credibility in question.

Best regards
Erik

TMARK,
I wish I could agree with you on the above as much as I have with nearly everything you post.  I know your thinking, but I feel he's insincere and insulting and mostly trying to knock others and companies down to make himself look better, to prop up his own ego.   Even when he tries to post a positive comment on other's work he finds a way to show he thinks he could have done better.  When he asks others about gear, its all a trap, because he isn't truly interested, he's just baiting people to toss out something he can criticize or knock down in some way later.   It's possible that I got overloaded with negativity from the last months of the political election cycle, but that amount of it in Fred's posts doesn't sit well with me.

I didn't make any real resolutions this year except to get digital negatives working for me, but maybe I should take a break from the forums for a while?
Eric


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Re: Hassy vs. Mamiya
« Reply #102 on: January 02, 2013, 05:09:39 PM »

Fortunately, in cyberspace, it's never too late to let go.

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Re: Hassy vs. Mamiya
« Reply #103 on: January 06, 2013, 01:15:04 PM »

No problem at all. Its mirror based though which makes it really light, but the viewing angles are a bit more limited. But the view is massive, really nice!

Mirror based "prism type" viewfinders are great. Especially for larger formats as it does keep them light and you get a nice contrasty image.
Regarding the viewing angle it's not really because it's mirror based, but because of the enlargement of the focusing screen.
I have a bit of the same problem with the Fuji gx680 mirror angle finder. I found a great heavy eyecup that really helps
with this type of finder. It's called the bisley scope maximizer. It's actually made for increasing aiming accuracy with high end air rifle scopes.
It's very anatomic and heavy/rigid enough to make it much easier to keep your eye centered. It also significantly increases camera stability when had held
as well as centering your eye when hand held. The Bisley has an internal diameter of 1.25 inches.

Bisley
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bisley-SCOPE-MAXIMIZER-Eye-Piece-Extension-Telescopic-Sight-Shooting-Airgun-/230863411883?pt=UK_SportingGoods_Hunting_ShootingSports_ET&hash=item35c0881aab

Video
http://youtu.be/Y0PUD_oOkB0


DG Scope enhancer
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SCOPE-ENHANCER-BY-DG-DESIGNS-/380435158857?pt=UK_SportingGoods_Hunting_ShootingSports_ET&hash=item5893b3d749

Video
http://youtu.be/XhV8UCh9Lbg

 
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