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This was my first time in Brussels. It had been on my list for a while, but because of my busy schedule I could never really find the time or motivation to go to Brussels on my off days. But a few weeks ago I had a little gap in my agenda, so I packed up my camera bag with the RZ67.

I have not yet decided wetter taking the RZ67 and the 645 with me was a really bad choice or a really good one. The end score of the day was that I had taken +- 15 photos and that I had a terrible back pain.

But on the upside, I had a blast. The weather was beautiful, the food was good and I really liked walking through Brussels. I did not prepare myself at all, so almost every street corner was a complete surprise. I’ll go definitely back, but next time I’ll pack lighter or bring a different camera bag!

Mamiya RZ67

Buying this camera was definitely the best choice I have made so far this year. I’m slowly starting to learn this camera and I keep on discovering new things. I absolutely love it!

Kodak Portra 160VC
Mamiya RZ67
Mamiya Sekor Z 50mm 1:4.5 W

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This picture was pure luck (or pure ignorance..). I remember the light meter readings being all over the place. However, it was exactly as I imagined it upfront.

Kodak Ektar 100
Mamiya RZ67
Mamiya Sekor Z 50mm 1:4.5 W

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Mamiya 645 pro

Compared to the RZ67 this camera is very compact and lightweight.

Kodak Portra 160NC2 (expired)
Mamiya 645 Pro
Mamiya- Sekor c 80mm F/2.8 N

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