I didn't get many bites last time, so I'm splitting it up - I'm open to offers. RB67 Pro Body, with: -90/3.8 Sekor Lens + 77mm UV filter -Waist level finder and standard focus screen -Pro-s 120 back -The body is fitted with the tripod adapter screw to use it on a standard tripod. -Also including a copy of the manual and a few rolls of Shanghai GP3 to get you started. $280AUD, including Australia wide postage. Postage is about $50 of value on it's own - these things are dang heavy. Multi-angle hand grip: These things are just outright fun. The best way to shoot an RB67 handheld, if you choose to be that insane - indeed, probably the only way to do it. You can adjust the angle of the grip with a simple motion, it screws in securely and you can wander around town with it. Guaranteed to make you more attractive to the opposite sex. $55AUD + Postage #2 82mm Macro tube: With the bellows focusing system of the RB67, you can focus down pretty damn close. With an extra 82mm, you'll be amazed - and on a 6x7 frame. See the attached photograph of lavender, an example of my rather inept macro tinkering, but it shows how close you can get. $60AUD + postage An extra 90/3.8 lens: Shutter broken but the glass is fine, aperture still works. Modify it, tinker, keep it for parts - I had it rigged up to a Speed Graphic, just for the sake of it. Free for the price of postage. I've used this camera for the past 2 years without any problems - purchased secondhand from an APUGer. The foam around the mirror was replaced when it started to get brittle, hasn't given me any trouble. I've shot a few dozen rolls with it, has the usual scuffs and scratches. Selling at a loss because I have a little 6x6 folder I use more.... Good solid camera, they work and keep on working - you can get a great range of lenses at ridiculously lo prices these days too. Read the review at Photoethnography here for a good rundown of what they can do, or check the medium format forum here on APUG, there's been a lot of topics about them. I accept PayPal internationally, or Bank Deposit here in Australia. If you have any questions or would like a better description of one particular portion of the listing, please feel free to ask.