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Bronica Etrsi E14 extension tube is locked onto 150mm lens and I can't unscrew it. Any suggestions please?

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Keep an eye on ebay as they appear on there occasionally. However, you can't always get exactly what you want and it took me a while before I could find a split image version. All you have to do then is win it!

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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Keep an eye on ebay as they appear on there occasionally. However, you can't always get exactly what you want and it took me a while before I could find a split image version. All you have to do then is win it!
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