FS: Mamiya RZ67 Pro Kit $850 o/bo + ship

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  1. BmurphyRZ67

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    Hello! I've decided to sell my RZ67 kit in favor of something smaller and lighter. All items in this kit are in 100% fully functional condition, and the ratings I have used are simply as a cosmetic guide. The kit contains:

    -Mamiya RZ67 Professional body in EX
    -Mamiya-Sekor Z 110mm f/2.8 W w/original rear cap and generic front in MINT-
    -Mamiya metered PD Prism in GOOD
    -RZ Pro 120 back in EX+
    -RZ Pro II 120 back in EX+ w/ cap
    -Mamiya Polaroid back in EX+
    -Mamiya RZ Waistlevel finder in EX+
    -Mamiya Left Hand mechanical trigger grip for RZ/RB/C330 in EX
    -77mm Promaster C-PL, Red 25, and Orange filters in LN w/ cases
    -3 extra PX28 Lithium batteries

    And to pack this all up, I'll include a Promaster model 995 Armored case with custom foam insert. If you wish to rearrange the foam inside, I'll order a new insert for you. I've got a little over $1000 invested here, and all of this equipment was purchased between February, 2010 and June, 2010. Asking price is $850 or best offer, with $30 for shipping, as it is quite heavy and will ship in a large box. This is being sold as a kit, so I will not part this out. Send me a PM and make an offer. Thanks for looking!
     
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    You have some nice portraits with th 110 but it is a bit short for my tastes for tight head work,

    Why are you getting rid of the RZ.

    I have the same kit but with an AE finder, 110, 180, and 50
     
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    Lately I've been wanting to become more mobile and get out and explore, and a coworker loaned me his Mamiya 6 for a while and I really enjoyed it's mobility and compactness, while still giving me the big 6x6 neg. The RZ was just too much to lug around all day.
     
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    Yea, I've heard about the Mamiya 7 but have yet to shoot it.
    The 6 must be close behind.

    Good luck with the sale.

    Bruce
     
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