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Which 120 backs & lenses for my ETRSi do I buy?

I believe I'm supposed to find EI backs but will the ETR backs work just as well?

Also - I have a Zenzanon MC 150mm, which other kinds of lenses can I buy besides MC? What is best?

I've had this camera for at least 3 years but am just getting into it...

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All ETR backs work with all ETR cameras except the ETR-C, which only uses the inserts. The early backs have a single latch and a winding key. The middle ones have double latches and a winding thumb wheel. The Ei backs have double latches and a winding crank like a 35mm has. The Ei backs also have a locking dark slide to prevent accidental film exposure wnen the back is off the camera. All inserts work with all the back frames. I the used market you will find them in any combination (frame, insert & darkslide).

I am aware of three series of lenses: MC, EII and PE. They all work fine with any body.

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