I've got a 200mm Imagon that's mounted in a RB67 shutter that I need to sell. It's quite an interesting lens, but to be honest I have never seriously used it since I bought it. For those of you who aren't familiar with the Imagon, you can read about it here: http://harrysproshop.com/Imagon/imagon.html All included is the 200mm Imagon lens, the adapter to fit it to an RB67 shutter, the 180mm Mamiya-Sekor glass that was originally fitted in the shutter, a tool with which to swap the lenses, all 3 of the pasta strainer-esque aperture disks, the lens-hood which stacks on top of the pasta strainers, the Rodenstock ND filter (I, unfortunately, do not have the rodenstock yellow filter which I believe completes the whole imagon kit), a fancy custom hand-made adapter to fit 77mm filters, and most importantly, a push-on lens cap, all inside a very beat up Rodenstock Imagon box. The shutter is accurate as far as my ears and eyes can tell. All of the mechanisms feel very smooth, and the barrel is in rather nice condition for its age. The glass in the Imagon is pretty clean. A bit of dust is the only issue. The Mamiya-Sekor glass is just a bit more beat up, but I've used it and noticed no outstanding aberrations beyond what any other lens of the same type produces. At the moment I do not have a digital camera on me, but I'll be posting pictures at some point in the near future. As for the price, I am hoping to get in the area of $225. I'm not exactly sure how to price it, though, as I haven't seen this particular lens listed on ebay or keh in a while. The lens hoarders of ebay seem to want upwards of $600 for this lens in a copal 3 shutter, and some a little less for an older shutter, but I feel that may be a bit overpriced. In short I'll be open to offers to some extent.