FS: Noblex Pro 06/150 w/Docter Tessar 4.5/50 lens + extra slow speeds

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    I have a Noblex Pro 06/150. Serviced by Precision Camera Works in last few months (have invoice).

    This is an early model, low serial number and has the Docter lens in it. This camera also has slower "shutter" speed settings I've never seen on any other 06/150. Speeds are 1/2,1/4,1/8,1/15,1/30,1/60,1/125,1/250.
    Takes 6 batteries. Images tonight. Sample image in my gallery (hand held), and I have more samples too.

    $1200 OBO Cash,check,MO,paypal,raw uncut diamonds, get out of jail free card (I live in LA where photography is almost a crime).
     
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    Any chance of photos?
     
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    How about $1000 plus logistical costs?

    I took some more shots with 400TX in diafine I hope to scan tonight. One shot was at 1/2 exposure. I managed to get myself in the shot twice...
     
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    Bump, oh and it is on the bay now...

    Added some more photos taken with this camera. They are the last five. the inside shots are at 1/2s exposure, I moved across the room during the exposure, slight blur in the middle.
     
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    The pics show it has a Tessar, not the Docter...mistake in description?
     
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    Docter used the designation "Tessar" for their Tessar-type lenses. See also the history of the Docter company which had bought part of Zeiss Jena works.
     
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    DOH...
     
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    AgX is right. I also noticed the new Noblex cameras have Doctor(R) Optics Noblar T lens. My guess is this camera has an older original Doctor lens and the new versions are license built?
     
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    It was Docter not Doctor. It's a family name. I must admit I stumbled about that spelling too back then. The Docter company that offered LF lenses (as well as custom optics) in that period does not exist anymore.

    However the successing company is into custom optics too. I assume that old and new Docter optics are practically from the same cradle.
     
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    SOLD elsewhere...
     
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