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Discussion in ‘ Medium Format Cameras and Accessories ‘ started by igor. Mar 6, 1. But then my first film with this back came out unexposed – blank! I mean, film advanced in back when I advanced camera film crank, dark slide was out, exposure after exposure – all 24 or so of them came out blank!

Film Ilford XP2 super looks light gray. Now I am trying to figure out what did I screw up in loading – user manual for Bronica W back, anyone? Mar 6, 2. I may have one somewhere, but I’ve still managed to screw up a couple of films with it.

Every time I use it I first sit down and look hard at it until I understand which way it’s supposed to work – so that I don’t try to expose through the film base again.

Mar 7, 3. Mar 7, 4. As long as the emulsion side faces the lens and the film is transported you should be OK. Mar 7, 5.

Mar 7, etrdi. Only a little bit tighter and more fiddly. Mar 8, 7. You can find the manual here as well as manuals for some other Bronica accessories: Mar 9, 8.


Many thanks for information, especially to lomomagix – that was exactly what I looked for! Well, new film is loaded, will see how it comes out.

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Btw, does Zenzanon PE 75mm lens have enough resolution for ? Will results be comparable with good 50mm lens in format? Apr 2, 9. Well, it becomes “curiouser and curiouser” with every roll. Update – just facts: Now, I am puzzled. Can anybody help and save my sanity?

Apr 2, There may be an interlock issue with the back. I once bought a used ETRSi roll film back, and the pin which senses film advance would not get actuated properly.

Thusly, when you fired the shutter, the mirror would not swing up fully, so the lens shutter never opened! This was an intermittent etsri, so I’d get some shots but not others. I had the send both the body and the back to Tamron to get this fixed.

Apr 3, Now when my sanity is saved, question arises – can it be DYI repair?

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Is it only W back that needs adjustment, or body and back must be adjusted together? I loved idea to have 35mm panoramic back coupled with 40mm PE lens.

Now I remember that I etrsl Leaf digital back with Kapture group adapter on exactly this camera for a few shots, combo worked well. So it must be W back that needs adjustment. May 22, Igor, Tamron wanted me to send both the body and the offending back to them, to adjust the back! I would speculate that if you are not a camera repair guy, you not try the repair yourself. Just grinding down the pin a bit at a time seems like it might fix the problem, but you might not know if grinding it too short renders the back inoperable by doing so!

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Igor, is it still possible to get a digital back adapter for the ETR body? I would love to have a digital back for that!


May 23, I believe that whatever back coupled with whatever camera by means of mechanical adapter, will require calibration in order to assure correct flange-to-sensor distance. Update on W back problem – I paid attention that when camera with W back points down, it always exposes properly, and when camera points up, it always exposes black frame. I finally will bring W back to the local Bronica equipment importer, will see whether they can cope with this problem.

I still like an idea of getting panoramic 24x54mm negatives with Bronica 40mm PE lens. Sep 10, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

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