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Battery what size battery does a bronica etr take

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    what size battery does a bronica etr take

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Bronica ETRA fit also PX28

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Dear choirboy,
the accepted battery models for the bronica etr-si are 4LR44 and/or 4SR44.

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Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Bronica ETR Power Winder instructions

Here is a link to an operations manual for your winder, 10$

http://www.photobooksonline.com/books/userbk39ETR.html

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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