Linhof Technica 9x12cm incl Rollfilm back, 2 lenses etc

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  1. Contrastique

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    Linhof Technica 9x12 cm
    Incl. Schneider Kreuznach Angulon f6,8 90mm
    Incl. Schneider Kreuznach Press-Xenar f3,8 135mm

    Incl. 2x Linhof 9x12 film holders
    Incl. 1x Rollfilm holder 6x9cm
    Incl. 1x Sport Viewfinder

    Camera is in used condition (see images) but still functioning. The bellows seem to be in good condition (never tried it to find out).
    The lenses look good but the long shutter times like half a second, one second, two seconds etc. don't function anymore. You can use them on B.

    If you have any questions feel free to ask!

    Asking price: € 250,- incl. PP.
    Will ship worldwide. Ask for shipping prices.

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  3. Contrastique

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    Sale pending..awaiting payment.
     
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    Wow someone got a really great deal!!
     
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    Wow this is a nice deal. I shouldve had asked you if you have one for sale a friend is looking.. Hehe getting funds for chamonix?

    Jef
     
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    How could this be real?
     
  8. cyberjunkie

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    When I saw the price, I thought that it was a very old Technika.
    Then, I watched the pictures, and I tried to convince myself that the graflok back was just an upgrade of an old Technika III... but when I saw the last pic, the tapered design of the base/cover left no doubts: it's a III 5th version, which is the transitional model between III and IV (the weak front standard of the former, and the back of the latter...well, mostly).
    With the two lenses and the back, i think the buyer hit the jackpot!
    Even if the camera has been used like a workhorse for decades, there are good chances that the only significat problem would be some "play" in the front standard.
    BTW, is there a way to minimize such a problem, without rebuilding the worn parts at the lathe?

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  9. David A. Goldfarb

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    I think the old ones have the same mechanism as the current model to adjust the tension on the front standard rail clamp. Slide the standard off the rail, and there's an eccentric cam held in place by a screw. Loosen the screw, adjust the cam, tighten, and slide the standard back on to the rail.