- Focus and compose your shot and set your exposure
- trip the mirror lock up switch (on the bottom of the camera on the left side of the lens)
- take the shot
- move the MLU switch back to its normal position (I also re insert the darkslide at this point – not necessary, but I just like to do it anyways…)
- trip the multiple exposure switch, to set the camera for a multiple exposure
- wind the crank, this will lower the mirror
- set the multiple exposure switch back to normal
- wind the crank again, this will advance the film to the next frame
- get setup for your next shot!
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*just be aware that it takes some time to build up a kit, unless you buy from someone selling a package deal.
- one shutter speed (1/100 of a second – which wasn’t always 100% accurate)
- “two” apertures
- zone focus
- a wide angle plastic lens that I couldn’t change
- and you weren’t light tight, all sort of weird leaks always made their way onto the film, so much that taping you up with black gaffer tape was just an excepted ritual to prepare a new out of the box Holga to shoot its first roll of film
- The 7ii has multiple exposure capability.
- Different dark slide controls, the original 7 has a dial that you turn, the 7ii adds a lever that folds out.
- Strap lugs; the original 7 has its lugs on one side, so the camera hangs vertically on you. The 7 ii has the lugs in the standard position like any other camera.
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Just some images (okay, a lot of images) from my 2014 – the year of the Mamiya 7. In conclusion, this is one of those cameras that if you are able to get your hands on, you might not be able to let go of it. Highly recommended…