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    HUGE private camera collection for sale...

    (I have nothing to do with the seller - I don't know about the prices, but I surely like what I see...

    More than 2000 items.....

    Something to dream about!!

    http://www.kameramuseum.com/English.html

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    Some interesting pieces, but it looks like a very random collection from someone with no particular plan for collecting.

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    Sure is a lot of stuff!

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    I agree with Barry- rather random. I wonder what impact will that have on the value of the good items - will the dreck suppress the value of the good items, or will it drive the value up because people will get antsy?

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    There's a Bessa II 6x9 with the original filters and what appears to be a Color-Skopar....I've been aching for that thing for years...
    K.S. Klain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry S View Post
    Some interesting pieces, but it looks like a very random collection from someone with no particular plan for collecting.


    like I would collect, I think...

    otherwise you're right. But some interesting items I'd love to own!!

    Unfortunately it seems he will sell it all in one go...

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    Kleinmeister ;

    Let me easy your pain , I saw Skopar pictures and there was nothing to dream about. A Kiev 60 is cheap and does better , of course 66.

    Umut

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    Fair enough, I just always wanted one for backpacking. I used Tessar based 6x9 folder and a 1kg tripod setup and could do 50+ milers. I can't complain though, the M7II lenses by far exceed my needs...
    K.S. Klain

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    Klain-

    there is a huge difference between the Bessa 6x9 and the Kiev 60 - about 5 lbs, 3 cm of film area, 30 years of age, and light-years difference in build quality. I'd take the Bessa any day.

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    Glad it's not just me!
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