Cambo 4x5 SCX Camera

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  1. DanielStone

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    hey all,

    the last listing I made up a few days ago go so clogged up, it was hard to understand somewhat IMO.

    seeing that a Cambo Legend just sold for $275, I think that

    $250 + shipping

    would be a fair asking price.

    camera is in great shape. Just wasn't really what I thought it was going to be when I bought it recently. Bellows are light-tight, but have a few wrinkles in a few spots. Camera has a rotating back, a very handy feature!

    I'm open for trades as well, I'm in the market for a 19" red dot artar(in shutter please), I'll add cash to make the deal approximately the same.

    I can add (5) Lisco Regal II film holders for another $25 if you'd like as well. They're in terrific shape, clean and light tight.

    shipping is really only a reality in the USA(mostly due to price). Please PM with your zip code for a shipping quote via UPS Ground.

    paypal or MO please

    cheers!

    -Dan

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    I'm interested in the holders, would you sell them separately?

    Thanks
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    Bump for a nice studio camera. Better than the Cambo I own! This one has geared rise/shift. Very nice!
     
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    PM sent...very interested in the camera and film holders.

    Jim
     
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    now $225+shipping

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    now $180 + shipping.

    someone out there wants a kickass cambo :D

    I'll toss in (5) holders and a box of film too!

    -Dan
     
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    What is the max/min extension on it?
     
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    daniel, i want you to know you are making my life very difficult right now, lol. if my only LF lens wasnt a 75 which wont work on this camera i wouldve snatched it up already.
     
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    What is the weight? Would it fit in a large USPS box (12" x 12" x 5 1/2") with a 20lb max?
     
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    hey everyone,

    kevin: no, it won't fit in a 12x12 box, the rail is too long. I have it packed up(everything separated and individually bubble-wrapped) in a 24"(L)X 17"(W)X13"(H) box. This is small enough to keep the shipping cost down, but big enough to allow sufficient padding(newspaper crumpled up tightly) so nothing is rubbing up against each other. The g/g back is packaged separately as well.

    Richard: the rail IIRC(camera is already boxed up and ready to rock) is about 20" long, so I'd say extension is in the 18"-19" range or so. Never measured it exactly though. There are extension rails available for this camera as well(not by me however) that will allow more extension.

    Kauffman: sorry, if I had another lens in the 150-210mm range, I'd make a nice package price for ya :wink:, if you were interested.

    -Dan
     
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    bumpety bump bump

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    Would this just be good for studio? Mainly how portable is it?
     
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    Doesn't fold up as small as the field cameras of course, but I use my Toyo rail camera in the field all the time.
     
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    Thanks

    Daniel is this still available?
     
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    Sorry guys, I'm keeping it for now. I have a portrait project that I can use it on this fall.

    I might re-list it later this year. stay tuned

    -Dan
     
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