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    FS: Tourist II

    I'm letting go of another modified Kodak Tourist II. Accepts 120 film, 6x9 format, comes with a 620 take up spool. Feed side moded for 120, no need to mod the take up side. Bellows are light tight and lens is uber-clean, shutter working perfectly. Slightly stiff to open but all else functions as it should.
    $55usd includes shipping in the USA, foreign shipping for extra. Paypal or USPS money order accepted.
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    ...and I'll give an early bump and a thumbs up, as I have an earlier one from Rick that works/shoots like a charm.

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    Always impressed with uber-clean glass

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    these are great cameras with a nice lens. I have one and am almost out of 620 film (just a tad out of date ). One of these days I should get it moded for 120.
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    Not hard to do, just takes patience and a good set of Dremel burrs and lotsa trial fits with a dummy roll of 120. Don't forget to mask off the entire camera save for the area you intend on modifying. Oh ya, safety gear, dust mask and eye protection a must.
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    ok, got my curiosity up...i see what the f-stop range is (a nod to your excellent small product photography)...what are the shutter speeds?

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    The speeds (as for most of these) is I, T and B, with the I being around 1/25-1/30 sec.
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    Still for sale.
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    forgot to say "thank you" for your reply about shutter speeds available.

    breathe, relax and enjoy.
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