Finally, back to shooting with my Mamiya RZ67 Pro. This is a lean, mean shooting machine. This was shot on Fuji's Acros 100 and the standard lens - 110mm / 2.8 Sekor. It is a kick-ass lens. It may be their 'standard' lens, but this is a fantastic starting point with the RZ67 if you have been eying your paws on a medium format.
The word around town is that the Mamiya RZ67 is too heavy for street work, too slow to focus and clumsy. I beg to differ.
This shot was on F8, no filter. Very minor edits in Levels via Lightroom, but nothing more. Scanned at 2400dpi via the Epson V600, It is a killer combination. All you need to do is load it up, and rock and roll!
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