Linhof III Kit

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Steve Karr, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. Steve Karr

    Steve Karr Member

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    Hi everyone,
    Times are slow & I need to eat, so here is my fav. camera up for sale.

    This Linhof III is in Super shape. It got the rangefinder worked by Richard Ritter 6 months ago along with the 210 cam'ed. The 135 is factory cam'ed. The condition is really, really nice. The rangefinder is spot on with the 135mm, I love this camera. Anyway here's the list of stuff:

    Linhif III ser. 356xx
    135mm Symmar ser. 49351xx glass perfect, factory cam'ed, shutter CLA 6-2009
    210mm Symmar ser. 77344xx glass perfect, Ritter cam'ed, shutter fine
    Linhof finder Perfect, with 6x9 mask & case
    Grip & proper Linhof cable release

    4 4x5 Linsco holders
    4 Graflex holders ( these are the heros of the 14 I have owned over the years)
    1 Singer Holder (better than Graflex)
    1 Wista 6x9 120 holder in great shape (with mask for viewer)
    1 Pack Pol holder for Fuji'doid
    1 545i Pol holder

    Cases for holders, finder, lens wraps & a big back pack for everything.

    I'd like $1500. for this kit or maybe offers.
    This economy is killing me.

    Thanks for looking~

    Steve
    Steve@SteveKarrShoots.com

    [​IMG]USD
    Price : 1500.00
     
  2. 36cm2

    36cm2 Member

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    Steve, I hope you sell this soon and get your price. It makes me drool everytime I see it.

    Leo
     
  3. anglophone1

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    Hi
    Is this still for sale?
    Clive
     
  4. Karl K

    Karl K Subscriber

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    210 Symmar

    The close-up photo of the 210 Symmar shows white spots around the outside perimeter. What is this? Usually this indicates the beginning of element separation. Can you determine what it is, or is it in just the photo?