FS: Crown Graphic, 210, 90, & 65mm lenses, holders, film, etc.

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  1. photobizzz

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    Putting my 4X5 gear up for sale, everything is in EX or better condition and working perfectly. Shipping will be at cost by USPS Priority. Shipping is included in the US only, I will subtract US shipping costs from actual international shipping costs if an O/S member wishes to purchase an item.

    Here is a link to all the photos, multiple ones of all the items - LINK TO PHOTOS

    Crown Graphic - Great condition, clean GG, has fresnel screen and focusing hood. Bellows are light tight and all movements work as they should. The RF mechanism works but is not aligned. Comes with dark cloth that attaches by velcro. I sewed the dark cloth myself, works nicely and is not heavy.
    $200 Shipped USPS Priority
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    210/5.6 Rodenstock Sironar-N - Perfect Glass, Copal 1 shutter, speeds perfect, aperture dry. Comes with retaining ring on Graphic metal lens board. Original front and rear caps also included.
    $250 Shipped USPS Priority
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    90/8 Schneider Super Angulon - Perfect Glass, Synchro Compur (Copal 0 size), speeds perfect, aperture dry. Comes with retaining ring on Graphic metal lens board. Original front and rear caps also included.
    $200 Shipped USPS Priority
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    65/8 Calumet Caltar-W II (Schneider Super Angulon) - Perfect glass, Copal 0, speeds perfect, aperture dry. Comes with retaining ring on Graphic metal lens board. No caps. This lens will cover 4X5 at f8, if used with the Crown Graphic bed must be dropped. The equivalent of a 21mm lens on a 35mm camera.
    $250 Shipped USPS Priority
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    11 - 4X5 Film Holders - 6 Riteway, 4, Fidelity Deluxe, 1 Fidelity Elite. All are light tight, new hinges, plastic holders with good dark slides. I will throw in two extra that need help.
    $100 Shipped USPS Priority
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    B&W Viewing Filter - Allows one to visualize the scene in monochromatic tones, does not actually make everything black & white but does help to decide if you want to set up your camera to get the shot. I have a Zone VI one of these and don't need two.
    $20 Shipped USPS First Class
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    4X5 & 5X7 Film - Will be shipped by USPS Priority or First Class if light enough and is included in the price.

    1. 4X5 Efke 25 Fresh - 40+ sheets (almost full box) - $35
    2. 4X5 Foma 100 Fresh - 14 sheets - $14
    3. 4X5 Ilford FP4 Plus 125 Exp 6/08 Kept Frozen - Unopened box, 25 sheets - $20
    4. 4X5 Ilford Ortho Plus Copy Film Exp 10/06 Kept Frozen - 5 unopened boxes, 25 sheets in each box, $45
    5. 4X5 Fuji Velvia 50 Exp 4/09 Kept Frozen - Unopened box, 10 sheets, $10
    6. 5X7 Ilford HP5 Fresh, 14 Sheets - $14
    7. 5X7 Efke Positive Paper 24 Sheets (for positive paper negatives) 1-6 ISO, recommended shot at 2 ISO, develop in paper developer - $15
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    PM sent on Ilford Ortho
     
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    Ilford Ortho film is sold to 2F/2F...
     
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    I am interested in B&W Viewing Filter. Can you please send me PM? Thanks
     
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    I'll take the HP5 5x7, gladly.

    Any chance you'd be interested in my Yashica 124 listed in the classifieds as a partial trade for the graphic?
     
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    Just curious about the alignment of the rangefinder...is it a difficult job for a do-it-yourselfer? I thought the stop pins on the bed were adjustable to infinity and that was that.
     
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    The RF must be adjusted under the cover, the mirrors have adjustment screws to make the RF patch align correctly and it is not at the moment.

    Thanks but not really interested in a Yashica but would be happy to sell it to you! I have a Mamiya 645 Pro body I shoot with and I never really got into TLR's, had one but couldn't get used to it...Thanks.
     
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    All film is SOLD!
     
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    Forgot to mention that the Crown Graphic has a Graflok back (of course)
     
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    Will take viewing filter if Colorblind doesn't get it. PM sent.
     
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    Does anyone have the heart to tell Colorblind that he's already seeing the world through viewing filters?
     
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    It takes maybe 15 - 30 minutes. Instructions are on the Graflex dot org Website. However, this is for the side-mounted Kalart RF. I do not think they have instructions for the top-mounted RFs.
     
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    The RF is activated by a cable that is pushed when the focusing bed moves in and out, it in turn moves a half mirror inside the RF that aligns the two images, the RF patch is not aligned and I am not sure about the cable and if it is right. Either way I never used it so I didn't mess with it. I did take the cover off and looked at it but decided it wasn't worth messing with since I used it as a field camera and not a press camera.
     
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    Viewing Filter, Crown Graphic, and Riteway 4X5 film holders are gone...
     
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    Seems like some very good pricing on those lenses. Wish I had the $$$ for the 65.

    Dan
     
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    210 Rodenstock and 5 remaining film holders sold.
     
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