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    WTB 14 1/2" Wolly Verito in Black / Chrome Studio Shutter

    Do you have a 14 1/2" Verito that is languishing? Put a price on it for me? Shutter must be complete and usable. I can service the shutter, but it must at least be complete.
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    Mine is a Vitax exactly as you describe... but I am keeping it for when there is no power for digital cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpwphoto View Post
    Mine is a Vitax exactly as you describe... but I am keeping it for when there is no power for digital cameras.
    A Vitax #4 in a Studio Shutter #4 would be of interest if you decide to sell it. That would be the 13 1/2" Vitax.
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    Bumping this. Thought I had one, but had to send it back as it was incomplete. (:

    Anybody got a Verito for me?? Willing to pay $750 - ish for a decent one.
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