FS: GOWLAND POCKET VIEW (6X9CM)

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  1. chucks_44

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    Gowland Pocket View 2X3 (6x9 cm) all front moves / reversible back / rear base tilt / excellent condition.
    Excellent bellows / flexible / no pinholes / no light leaks.
    (3) Lens boards (2X #0 / 1X #1)
    4.25" monorail extension (Manufactured by Peter himself!)
    (2) Mamiya Pro S (6x7 cm) backs / both with dark slides
    (1) Polaroid back with dark slide and adapter
    (1) Calumet 36" X 36" dark cloth
     

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    Price?
     
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    PRICE?? :smile:
     
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    chucks_44

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    Woops ~ $400 + $25 shipping.
     
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    chucks_44

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    Afterthought ~ without the (2) Mamiya backs ~ $300 + $25 shipping.
     
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    chucks_44

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    Hi, Robert ~

    Without the 4.25" extension (I've never used the extension ~ I'm the second owner), the bellows extends to around 200mm. Without the extension, I've had no no problem focusing my 100mm / 180mm / 270mm lenses. With the extension, goes to something over 300mm.

    Minimum bellows extension looks to be (sorry ~ shortest lens I've used is 100mm) about 60-65mm ~ using standard bellows, that would be with no movements at all ~ no bag bellows or a recessed lens board.

    Hope this helps ~