FS: Mamiya C-330 & C-220, lenses and finders

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Rick A, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. Rick A

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    Mamiya C-330s and C-220f bodies 55mm, 65mm, 80mm, 135mm, 185mm lenses metered porro finder(meter is accurate) W/L finder
    everything works, PM me for particulars and quirks.
    Straps and filters not included.
    Will trade for functioning 8x10 kit or sell outright.

    Make reasonable offers, buyer pays shipping and insurance, I'll cover paypal fees
     

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    I have a similar kit, an excellent medium format outfit. (No connection to seller!)
     
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    Ditto tessar. Some sharp lenses.
     
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    Nice looking and very useful kit! Rick is a super fellow, good luck with the sale! Bob.
     
  5. Rick A

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    Bump--$850 for the entire kit and I'll throw in the straps and filters.
     
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    What are the quirks? I love this kit. Interested, in at least the S. I'd likely have to resell some of the components.


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  7. Rick A

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    PM me and I'll go over the entire kit piece by piece with you.
     
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    Still available, I just don't shoot with this gear any more, I would like to liquidate all my unused gear to buy an 8x10 field camera.
     
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    Buy it all now for $750usd plus shipping and insurance, I cover paypal fees.

    And I'll throw in 10 rolls of GP-3.
     
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    Any interest in 5x7?
     
  11. Rick A

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    tell me what you have
     
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    I'll PM in the AM.
     
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    Sorry for the delay in responding, but the weather is getting better here and there's some catching up on bike riding that needs to be done.

    I decided to post here rather than PM. It'll give you a bump, and maybe somebody else will be interested in this if you are not.

    I have a 5x7 Ansco field camera. I think this was the Commercial model, but I'd need to check the catalogs that are online. Grey paint (which was the professional version at the time I think), built in sliding extension rail. Front tilt, which is what I think made it the Commercial. Plus the other usual movements. Bellows seems fine, but very stiff. Camera has plenty of paint wear, a couple very small screw holes from added accessories, and I believe a small repaired crack somewhere.

    A couple lens boards, plus a very nicely made, but probably not factory original, recessed board. 4x5 reducing back. Should have some holders and some film. I have some outdated, but tested and good, factory cut film, but I was mostly shooting cut down aerial film. I could probably include some of the 9 1/2" aerial film if you are interested, but need to check my supply.

    Lenses - Turner Reich 10 1/2" double convertible (two same FL cells). I probably also have some other Turner Reich cells around that would work with it. Lots of separation in the rear cell, but works nicely. Funky cool at large apertures, and normal when stopped down. Regno shutter.

    I should have some other shuttered lenses, but only seeing barrel mount right now. I do have a very uncommon and fairly valuable barrel mount 180 f9 Wide Angle Dagor that will even cover 8x10 with modest movements. Marked "C. P. Goerz Berlin Weitwinkel-Dagor 1:9 F=18cm."

    There should be some other lenses here, but mostly longer FL's.

    I see you're in PA, but that is a big state so probably still a long way from me in northern W.Va. Still, you're welcome to come by here anytime and wheel and deal.
     
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    West Va. is also a large state, I live near Olean N.Y., but frequently find myself in the outskirts of Pittsburgh. Sounds interresting, we'll jabber some more via PM later. I would like to see some pix of it.
     
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    Ok, so now I may entertain breaking up the kit. PM me with your wish list.
     
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    Bumparoni.