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  1. Rick A

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    First up is a Kodak Duaflex II 6x6, with an f8/72mm Kodar lens (f-stops 8-11-16) and focusable from 3.5 ft to infinity(focus scale on lens, not fixed focus) takes 620 film (100 or 125 speed)auto shutter cock or multi-exposure capable. $25

    Kodak Tourist II 6x9 folder, withf6.3/105mm Angston lens(6.3-8-11-16-22-32) speeds B-25-50-100-200 focuses from 3.5"-infinity. Lens is clean and speeds are accurate, bellows is light tight. Modified to accept 120 film(feed side only, winds onto 620 spool, included). This is an awesome shooter. $45

    Last up is my Yashica D 6x6, with f3.5/80mm Yashikor. This is my baby, and I'm reluctant to part with it. It has been well cared for and is very clean inside and out. Only glitch is the cover missing from the focus knob. Speeds are accurate everything works including the self-timer, lens hood is included. This is gray with black trim from the factory. I also have the (N)ever-ready case(not in good shape but repairable)and the original leather shoulder bag(in decent shape) $150

    Extra pics available. Prices include shipping inside the lower 48 states out of country shipping extra.
     

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    I hope that you are not selling your baby because of hard times but rather because you found the camera that you have wanted forever, huh. I hope that all is well with you and yours.
     
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    I am selling these because I need to get LF items for my daughter. She needs a light meter and a good tripod. Plus I do have far too many cameras. I have a Mamiya c-220 and c-330 with 3 lenses a pile of Olympus 35mm gear and a 4x5 of my own, not to mention several other folders and a pile of odd collectibles. These are some of my better condition examples.
     
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    Tourist is sold pending payment.
     
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    Semi off topic, but what did you do to the tourist to make it hold a 120?
     
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    About two hours with a dremmel tool and some riffle files, a roll of masking tape and many trial fits before giving it a thorough scrubbing and a test run. I would not recommend this to the feint of heart, it is incredibly dirty, aluminum dust and grinding wheel debris get into everything. That is the reason I only modified the feed side, and there isn't any reason to modify the take up side if you own a 620 spool(that I included), just dont lose it.
     
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    That is a purdy Yashica.
     
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    Thanks. I have the matching case and leather shoulder bag, and metal lens cap, all original to this camera. Oh, and it comes with the cable release adapter.
     
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    AHHHHH, I'm not listening LA LALA LA LAALA. :sick:
    I would buy the D but for the fact I have spent my quota on camera gear for the month.
     
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    Y-o-o-o - H-o-o-o --- G-u-i-t-s-t-i-k --- you know you want this -- bwaa haa haa(evil laughter while wringing my hands)
     
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    These are available for trade as well. Looking for a stout tripod that will hold a 4x5 for my daughter, or maybe an 8" or longer focal length lens for her. Dont forget, I also have good quality enlarging lenses for sale or trade.
     
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    (voice over) "Will our hero, Guitstik, resist the Evil Dr, Rainphot or will he capitulate to the mechinations of the meniacle mad man?"
     
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    What sort of lens are you looking for and what price range?
    Richard
     
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    I'm looking for something over 200mm and functional shutter. It doesn't have to be pretty, just as long as it works and doesn't frustrate a teenage kid (tho she is a determined person). For price range, I'm hoping to barter for something, I'm out of cash(just dropped 2K on the wifes car, rebuilt transmission).
     
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    I've got a Gundlach Rapid Convertible (10/17/23") with a flange and shutter. It's labelled as a whole plate 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 but covers up to 8x10 at the combined 10" focal length. The Autex shutter seems to work fine. It actually says it is a Wollensak shutter under the scale. It requires a ball and tube to fire. I have a tube for it but not the ball. You can also fire by hand of course. Not sure if a normal cable release would work.

    Anyway, I'd let that go for $85 but I don't really need any MF stuff.

    Cheers, Richard
     
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    That is a generous price, but my cash is in the Ford dealers bank account now, and not in mine.
     
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    You hit my weakness for Kodaks, too bad the Tourist is gone and I really don't want to play rewind the film just to use the Duaflex. Is there a chance that someone could squeeze 120 into that thing? or is that a dream?
     
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    I have a Duaflex IV (i think), and I cant fit a 120 film/spool in it no matter what I try. Not sure about this one that rainphot has, though.
     
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    Sorry, I tried to squeeze a roll of 120 into it, just wont work. Kodak wanted people to buy their film and noone elses. I've put several rolls of film through the beauty, and it never ceases to amaze me with its simplicity, and decent quality of negatives.
     
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    If Kodak really wants people to use their film they should make 620 film and call it 120/620 film and say fits cameras that take 120 or 620 film.
     
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    The holes on the ends of the spools are different, so a 120 camera cannot wind a 620 spool, and vice-versa. In addition, the ends on a 620 spool are smaller in diameter.
     
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    wow.. that Yashica looks great.. so tempted. hope it goes to a good user :smile:
     
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    So buy it, and it will.
     
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    Hi Rick, are these items still for sale? What would be the cost of shipping the Duaflex to Edmonton, AB, Canada?

    Thanks,

    Chris