Sinar F1, 3 lens kit
I have decided to part with my Sinar F1 kit. I really do not want to part it out. Nor would you want to piece it together, this is everything you need to arrive at a location and do anything from small jewelry to landscapes!
I shot small parts back in the day.
Sinar F-1 standards with DOF calculator
two piece rail 7" and 11". and additional 18" rail. Makes a some 36" inches of rail, complete with caps!
THREE normal bellows! So with center bellows frame (includded) you still have a bellows for use as lens hood.
Barn door shade
Wide angle Bellows. (for use with the short rail)
Fresnel and ground glass.
6x9 Horseman roll holder and mask for ground glass
Various rods and clips for bellows hood,
Older Sinar Trunk case, holds it all!
Sinar rail clamp and tripod head
Polarizer for each lens below.
8 4x5 holders
and a polaroid 405 slide in back
I am thinking about $850 for the above.
Bellows (4 in all, 3 normal, one wide angle) and camera are very tidy and have years of use left in them.
Lenses IN SINAR boards... fit in above case (photos to come of all)
90mm Nikkor SW 5.6 NOT f8!! $775
135mm Nikkor 135 f5.6 W $450
210 Sironar (Rodenstock) f5.6 $300
Slide-rule calculator for extension factors
SINAR MANUAL BOOK... with shoots and techniques/examples
The whole shooting works as in everything $2275
SLIDING BACK for LEAF APTUS/Hasselbld V mount or other V-mount assesories!
This is made by capture group $600 (not part of above package)
Last edited by vpwphoto; 01-20-2012 at 04:42 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Wow. Impressive chunk of gear. No takers at all so far?
BUMP! $1875 for all (except the Kapture group back) 2-6-12
BUMP BUMP BUMP>>>
Here is a photo gallery of the goods.
Also... revised from above... I only find two normal bellows. I do think I have an extra "bag" somewhere around here. The 210 has a slight coating blem in the center of front element.. visible in pictures posted with different light reflecting... it is NOT a ding... it's a coating blem... and I couldn't be concerned about it.
Last edited by vpwphoto; 03-01-2012 at 07:18 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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