Calumet C1 10x8 or 8x10

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  1. Randy Moe

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    I need to thin my herd. Old # 14 for sale. It is in great shape, with excellent bellows and all movements work smoothly. What you see is what you get. This is the black aluminum model. I prefer metal to wood, as it does not degrade, simply by using it. These are sturdy well made cameras that will last a long time. It already has.

    Comes with my homemade stainless steel dark cloth wire to hold the dark cloth off your head. Shown in last image.

    Posted here and the big format forum.

    $500 plus PayPal and shipping.

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    Sorry for the double post, but I made a key mistake...
     
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    If you only were in EU.....
     
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    I wish I was in France. :sad:

     
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    I can invite you to Portugal, as long as you bring the camera :smile:
     
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    Many of the photographers who have set one of these up outside in public will tell you they are also chick magnets, if that helps.

    :tongue:

    I once had a very attractive and very nice young lady actually stop her car, get out, and walk over just to have a look at the ground glass on my C1. Turned out she was a photo student and had only ever seen one of these cameras in her history books. I didn't have the heart to tell her that my particular camera was likely manufactured sometime in the 70s.

    The 1970s...

    Ken
     
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    Sold on LFF. I will make a donation here.

    @Ken, I also miss the 70's. We had fun!

    I will still be using my other cameras as lures.
     
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