Bronica GS-1 w/ 150mm lens & 120 back

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  1. superbass

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    I've been using my Pentax 67 too much to keep this one ...

    $450 shipped in the US

    Bronica GS-1 with 150mm f/4 lens, non-metered prism finder, 120 back, and extra 120 insert with leather pouch.

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    Price drop to $400
     
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    Just curious, would you be willing to ship overseas? At what cost?
     
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    I'll ship anywhere at cost via USPS. Except maybe Russia. The last time I shipped to Russia, it took more than 3 months to arrive >.<
     
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    $300 + shipping
     
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    What's the condition of the camera body and the lens? Maybe some photos taken with the kit?
     
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    Condition is used. But everything works. The lens is in better condition than the body. I looked through my HD and I did not find any photos. I have a few rolls, but no scanner at the moment.
     
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    So, basically you have no personal experience with this kit??
     
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    I guess your reading comprehension isn't quite up to par. In the post that you quoted, I wrote that I have a few rolls from the camera, but I don't have a scanner at the moment.
     
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    Images from the camera.

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    I find it interesting this hasn't sold. The whole kit for $300 is amazing. I have a GS-1 system and I think it is outstanding. I don't recall how I happened upon this Bronica model, but I know it was by accident. They were made for a short time before Bronica stopped production of film cameras, they are a bit of an orphan. The quality out of them is crazy good. A big 6x7 neg, accurate Seiko electronic between the lens shutters, outstanding lenses, aperture priority AE with the right prism, very handholdable and lightweight for a 6x7 system camera.
     
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    Actually, the GS-1 came out in the early 80's- I think it was '83. So about 20 years total.
     
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    Thanks for posting the photos. I hope someone buys your rig, or I'll be tempting to grab it! I just reduced my collection of 35mm pentax bodies to make room for a 645 format, but that GS-1 is starting to make me rethink my medium format choices!
     
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    PM sent!
     
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    I also have a 6x6 back for the GS-1. Having trouble finding info for how to price it. If you're interested, shoot me a PM.
     
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    still available

    380 package with 6x6 back

    or 100 for 6x6 back
     
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    Wow! This is a steal; I picked up my GS1 used (when a Rollei 66 I had originally purchased used, showed intermittent flash synching issues) - cost me $1500 with the AE Prism and 150mm.

    It's an absolute delight to use handheld, and I love the 6x7 neg size. Anyone looking to get in 6x7 should give real thought to this system - if you decide you have to go 6x6 (or 6x4.5), you just need to pick up a back and away you go. :smile:
     
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    thanks for all the support. it's finally been sold!
     
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