This is a nice piece of history. The shutter needs work if you want to use any speed other than 1/30 to 1/100 so I'm not expecting a boat load for this camera. It needs a CLR just for the shutter alone. However, that said, this is a very nice camera otherwise. If you're skilled like I was you can use this camera with the present shutter issue with no problems. I just have too much stuff in my tiny apartment and I need to get rid of at least 1/2 of my collections. I decided to let this camera go only because I have several other 6x9's and haven't returned to using this one in about a year. The roll film holder is worth a considerable amount. It has the manual/instructions inside the box and some masks so you can shoot in 6x4.5, 6x6 and 6x9 format. And this takes 120 film not 620. So, therefore this camera is "modern" because you don't need to backroll on a 620 spool in order to shoot it. The door on the ground glass is kind of hanging a little you have to be careful with it. If you are careful with it, then you can effectively use the camera the way it sits. I'm asking $100 plus shipping for this camera. Maybe you can find a cheaper Avus in 6x9 but can you find the rollfilm back too? I've never seen one before mine. And haven't seen one since! I think that makes this worth more than $100 but if you think this is not such a great deal but you're interested in the camera then please make an offer! Offers will be considered!