Bronica ETRS complete camera $225 Free Shipping in CONUS

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Karl K, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. Karl K

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    This was sold two weeks ago, but the buyer backed out, so here it is again with free shipping!

    Bronica ETRS complete camera $225

    This is my Bronica ETRS complete camera in well used condition.
    If this camera could talk it would tell you about all the weddings it shot!
    This is not a shelf queen, but everything works properly.


    What's Included​
    Bronica ETRS Body
    Bronica Zenzanon 75mm f/2.8 Lens (EII version)-clean and sharp
    Bronica Focus Screen with 35mm standard and panoramic etched framelines
    Bronica Standard Prism
    Bronica 220 Film Back with 220 insert, dark slide and empty film spool

    $225 Free shipping in CONUS
     

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  2. Karl K

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    Up for sale again. The first buyer backed out.
    Free shipping in CONUS.
    I will ship outside CONUS and split the cost of shipping.
     
  3. Karl K

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    I've been asked if the 220 back will take 120 film and I don't know the answer.
    Can anybody help with that information?
     
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    220 back will only do 220, you need a 120 insert I think.
     
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    That is correct. The inserts are interchangable for 120 and 220 but can not use 120 in a 220. Inserts and even complete backs are not pricey and all variants are interchangable on the bodies.
     
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    Well, you can use 120 in a 220 but I wouldn't recommend it, if only because you can continue to take pictures past the end of the roll. Using 120 in a 220 back could strain the advance mechanism, though there is some disagreement about that. Inserts are not very expensive, and interchange perfectly on a back. The only thing that makes a back 120 or 220 is the insert.
     
  7. Karl K

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    Thanks for the info. I just checked KEH and they are selling complete 120 backs starting at $19.