Mamiya RB67 with Mamiya 65f4.5, 180f4.5, 120mm film back, waist-level viewfinder

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    Mamiya RB67 with Mamiya 65f4.5, Mamiya 180f4.5, 120mm revolving back, waist-level viewfinder
    For sale is a good looking kit in good working condition. There are sings of wear on the camera and lenses (minor paint wear and scratches), everything else work great.
    For sale as a package $350+$30 for shipping via USPS Priority Mail. Please add 3% paypal fee if used.

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    Reduced to $330+ shipping
     
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    If I had seen this before buying my RZ I might have considered it...


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    This is a great deal people!!! Comes with a wide angle lens!!! Would love to own the 65!!!
     
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    I really wanted this because of the RB back and my CB70 Polaroid back, but the truth is you can buy the RZ67 Pro II for the same price :/ it's kind of crazy how much their SLR cameras have dropped in price, the Mamiya 7's are still a little more expensive but the waist level finders have just crashed... I got a pro II w/ a viewfinder and WLF, 180mm,90mm,50mm, Polaroid back, two 120 backs and 70mm back both extension tubes and two extra batteries all for $650.

    I would only use this for the CB70 back.

    Seems a little silly to buy just for that purpose...

    In contrast, my Mamiya 7 II, 65mm and 150mm cost $1,600 which is still a steal... But obviously more $ for less objects.

    It's a great time to buy film cameras and a bad time to sell, I say keep the lenses and body, shoot some nice shots and sell them, you'll make more, or donate/lend them to an up and coming photographer that you want to help along for like 6 months and keep lending it to different locals and request a nice size print as an exchange, get some nice artwork by others and help keep film going. :smile:

    "...but that's just my opinion, I could be wrong..." ~Dennis Miller


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    Would you consider international shipping to Brisbane, Australia?
     
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    International shipping is okay at cost to the buyer.
     
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    Would you sell that 65 lens separately? Thanks!
     
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    CB70 POLABACK

    What is so special with your CB70 Polaback?
     
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    You're asking me?

    It takes integral polaroid film instead of the peel apart film, so you can use the new impossible project film in it an have more of a variety whereas the peel apart stuff you really can only buy the fuji color or B&W kind and that's all that exists, where TIP (the impossible project) film has a variety and they are expanding.

    Hope that helped.


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