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    WTB - Mamiya C, C2, C3, C22 or C33 Body

    Looking for a good price on one of the older Mamiyaflex models (C, C2, C3, C22 or C33; not a C220 or C330 series). Preferably working, but will take non-working if the price is right.

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    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    I've got a C33 that has been sitting on my shelf for quite some time now. Includes a 105/3.5 D. Both are in great shape. $200?

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    Paul - Nice, unfortunately it's a 330, not what I'm looking for.

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    Fair price for that outfit, but not quite my budget for this project. Thanks, but I'll pass.


    Quote Originally Posted by mayoman88 View Post
    I've got a C33 that has been sitting on my shelf for quite some time now. Includes a 105/3.5 D. Both are in great shape. $200?

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    Btw, is there a trick to using KEH's search engine? This item isn't showing up when I search for all items under Mamiya TLR bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerne View Post
    Btw, is there a trick to using KEH's search engine? This item isn't showing up when I search for all items under Mamiya TLR bodies.
    As far as I've been able to determine, the results of any KEH search won't include "As Is" items in a general search. All you can do is scroll through the As Is items manually.
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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    Paul - Nice, unfortunately it's a 330, not what I'm looking for.

    ummm, looking a gift horse in the mouth? Bad karma.

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    The 220 and 330 are slightly wider and have a different film door hinge configuration so they won't take the Model C cut film holders.

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    I have a C that I'm willing to part with. It's a little grungy and has some tape residue on the back from an old exposure chart. Bellows are in good shape. The film wind needs repair - the two tiny brass gears inside the knob were stripped from an impact so I removed them. You can still wind the film but the knob is a little crooked and you have to use the red window to count frames. Focus rack has a couple rough spots but I think that's related more to lubrication because the actual gear rack itself looks good. I haven't had it apart to look at it. Comes with the spare parts that I removed. I used it for a couple rolls and then decided to get a C2 with dual focus knobs. $25 and it's yours unless I get around to fixing it.
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