4x5 no-name WA camera w/ 4x4 lensboard

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by DanielStone, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. DanielStone

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    hey guys,

    I'm helping a friend out offload some of his photo gear. He's moved to all digital capture, but has some video equipment(I just listed it in the "MISC FS" section) and this 4x5 to move, since he's moving to a new house!

    I tested the bellows with a strong LED flashlight, and didn't notice any leaking whatsoever. This is strictly a wide-angle camera, with a MAX extension of about 5" or so, maybe a little more. Great for that 90mm 1-lens kit you've been thinking about starting!

    Graflok back is in great shape, springs are nice and tight. Ground glass looks great too. Gridded screen.

    Comes with the 4x4 board(35mm-Copal 0 dia) pictured.

    $250 SHIPPED in the USA

    Paypal as a "gift"(or cover the fees), or a Money Order please

    thanks!

    -Dan

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  2. Sirius Glass

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    So if you send it to me, your friend will give me a gift of $250 and he will pay for shipping?

    If so, please send six to me! :wink:
     
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    looks like a few different cameras rolled into one. not a bad price though
     
  4. DanielStone

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    price drop:

    $200 + shipping costs

    thanks

    -Dan
     
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    If I had to guess I'd say this is a Newton camera of some sort; they made the Speed-vue and New-vue camera lines in Los Angeles starting in the 40s. Very well made, top notch materials too. Can't buy it, have yet to take my own Newton Speed-vue out for a spin.
     
  6. DanielStone

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    moved to ebay