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    WTB: older Mamiya-Six

    Hi
    I have become interested in older Mamiya-Six units. Not the modern RF version, but to 1940s-1950s folder version.
    If you have any for sale or trade, drop me a PM please
    Cheers

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    Nice camera - just make sure it has the removable pressure plate fitted....

    Mine didin't :-(
    A camera is only a black box with a hole in it....

    my blog...some film, some digital http://andrewk1965.wordpress.com/

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    *BUMP*

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    Not sure where the best source would be in Austria

    MWclassic (.com) have have one for sale in the UK, been there for at least 6 months but it's not the original lens, price is good though.

    These are quite desirable cameras so usually get snapped up quite quickly, I've been looking although not hard enough for about 3 0r 4 years

    Ian

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    Thanks for the heads up..Is a Mamiya-Six III but, indeed, the front element should not be focussing as well...

    and... austRALia...

    cheers

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    pacificrimcamera.com has one for sale,
    but it isn't cheap !

    john
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    John, I know, but have a look at its condition... I like the guys at PACRIM, but... jeez.... cut the price down to 80 and its getting there.
    Last edited by ausphoto; 11-21-2010 at 12:00 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    You might consider an Olympus Chrome Six. Mine actually came from Australia. Bill Barber

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    The Olympus Chrome Six is a nice one, but am looking at Mamiya Six variants not as shooters, but for my collection..

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    I understand GAS.

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