Aus - Help Ath afford his bond sale! (cam, lens, film, pano head)

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Athiril, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. Athiril

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    Will give 5% sold on APUG to APUG.

    Moving closer to the city.. need to come up with a bond pronto by tuesday next week. Should also help to cut down on stuff I dont use than hauling it out there.


    If I can get enough $ up I'll probs put my 30D/12-24 up too.. would be regretful.. but I dont use them much.

    Nikonos III - got a manual for it somewhere + spare O-rings and grease somewhere with 35mm f/2.8. Good condition, filter thread looks fine, some paint worn on the filter thread, everything works. - $150 instant.

    Always wanted a Nikonos.. got it a year ago now.. used it twice.. but never took it snorkelling or diving ;(


    OM10 - on/off switch missing, but it appears to be in the on position as everything works perfectly, stick batteries in and the meter works, and it sets shutter speed accordingly like any regular OM10. - $40 Instant.

    (Got another mint one and a 50/1.8 and 50/1.4, though I think I want to keep thouse).

    Olympus Zuiko 65-200mm f/4 Has close focus function got in OCAU group buy from KEH wasn't supposed to have anything that affects optical quality. Has a small spot of fungus under one of the front elements, one of the rear elements has some light speckles on it, possibly dust, seems to take good pics though. - $40 instant.

    Calumet CC400 4x5" monorail camera inc ground glass - excellent 4x5" camera, with lots of movements on front and back, lots of metal, so it is also heavy. I've cleaned it up. A wooden 8x10 is lighter. - $120 Instant.


    Krasnogorsk-3 16mm Motion Picture Camera with 17-69mm f/1.9 M42 lens (lens should be fine to use on a micro 4/3rds with M42 adapter.. but not a Canon dSLR etc as there is an inch of protrusion from the screw mount) - everything working apart from light meter - no batteries to test, but aperture is manual anyway and shutter speed is a function of the fps., variable fps up to 48 fps iirc. Wind up, takes 100 ft of 16mm or Super 16mm on metal reels (like $11 a pair for reels on ebay last I checked), comes with 1 reel. $150 instant.

    4x5 B&W Enlarger with a 150mm Astrogon lens, this isn't really that heavy, its easy to lift with one hand, so it's great for setups you need to pack away after using. - $50 Instant.

    It cost me $40 to courier a huge 85kg enlarger from Richmond to Ringwood, so it shouldnt be too much of a prob getting a smaller and lighter one like the above somewhere, even interstate.

    Hanimex Holiday 35 - 35mm fixed lens range finder. Range finder works, can be hard to see on like-like objects, but very easy to use on dark/light edges/borders of objects, has bulb, 1", 1/2" 1/5" 1/10" 1/25" 1/50" 1/100", 1/300", f/3.5, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16. Also has the screw in type cable shutter release socket on the shutter button.

    f/8 and 1/100th are in red, so I assume 1/100th is flash sync, though it is leaf shutter, cold shoe only, but it has pc-sync which works, RF-602 fires at all speeds, shutter is working, speeds all sound about a stop apart, no equipment to see if its exactly 1/100th 1/300th etc, slow speeds all seem accurate. some kind of weird marking under the rear element.

    $15 Instant.

    Takumar 135mm f/2.5 Bayonet - got some white webbing type fungus under the fround element around the outside edges




    Nodal Ninja 5/5L <-- not sure which, it doesn't have the upper arm lock, but can be upgraded, though it has plety of tension - rotating the upper arm one way looses the other tightens.. so if it's not holding youre cam, rotate the upper arm 180 degrees to the other side, then horizontally rotate back around :smile:

    This is basically new, I've used it about 5 or 6 times since I bought it. The soft case hs a mark and scratch on it, and the zipper pull things are missing, but the actual zippers still there and working.

    It's got the adjuster attachment for off-center cameras (where the tripod screw/mount isn't in the center of the sensor/film plane).

    IIRc I bought all the retaining rings. 90 degree, 120 degree, 72 degree, 51.4 degree, 18 degree, 15 degree, 12 degree and 10 degree. And one more hwich is currently loaded, which I assume is the set between 51/4 and 18, so around ~30.

    Also got the grease bottle unopened. Cost about $700 new, and also appears to be ebay prices for factory irregulars.

    $375 Instant.



    Film
    400ft Roll of 14 year old Vision1 500T - $50 instant. (~90 36 exp rolls)
     
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    Are the Portra and Ektar films 35mm or 120?
     
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    120 sorry.
     
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    Sent you a message on the 'other' site, thanks for the heads up!
     
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    Help me? I didn't ask for help ;-)
     
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    Enlarger and Nikonos spoken for atm.
     
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    didn't see the Ektar listed?
     
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    I removed it cause I sold it all via facebook. Well pending pickup on the weekend and cash.
     
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    Out of curiosity -- you need to post a bond to move to the city? I don't understand oz...

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    When you sign a lease you need to pay a bond, which is usually a months rent, and then usually a months rent up front on top of that.

    I didnt pay one for my current place, because the other house mates were already here for a long time and just had a room.
     
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    If the Ektar dos not sell on the weekend, keep me in the loop/mind
     
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    Ahh, ok: in this part of the States we call it a deposit. Thanks for enlightening me!

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    Nodal Ninja pano head spoken for atm.
     
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    120 Ektar (2 propacks, Dec 2012) 120 Portra 400 (new porta 400, 1 propack, March 2013) available again.

    $98.50 for the lot including overnight express postage anywhere in Aus.


    or $30/propack for the Ektar, $35 for the Portra 400 not including postage, each propack is approx 128g (www.auspost.com.au)

    Or pick up.
     
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    K3 & Film sold.