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    FS: ZENZA BRONICA Z circa 1958 with Nikkor 7.5cm, Film Back, Leather Stap & Case

    Zenza Bronica Model Z 1958.
    I am accepting offers on my inbox only, if you are interested PM me.
    The camera is in perfect working order with some cosmetic marks but nothing major.
    Thank you
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Bronica Z1.jpg   Bronica Z3.jpg  
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    Thank you for the info.
    Unfortunately I know exactly what I am selling and this is a Bronica Z.
    A Very well known Bronica collector confirmed that with the serial number of the camera
    and some other identification points of the Z.
    Your link reffers to model D which was produced after Z.
    Z is Mr. Zenzaburo's first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theo120mm View Post
    Thank you for the info.
    Unfortunately I know exactly what I am selling and this is a Bronica Z.
    A Very well known Bronica collector confirmed that with the serial number of the camera
    and some other identification points of the Z.
    Your link reffers to model D which was produced after Z.
    Z is Mr. Zenzaburo's first.
    What's the difference between the Z and D models, apart from age? Think you need a bit of authentification on its authenticity. BTW, Yoshino is the surname.

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    You posted the link, so you should know the difference between Z and D models.
    There are a few (Serial Number is the most important), that clearly shows if it's a Z or D1 or D2.
    Authentification ? I have it authenticated SN # CB19****.
    If you are interested buying it, I will send you any proof you need that is a real Z.
    Thanks
    BTW, he was known in America as "Mr. Zenza"
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    A reminder that users are asked to refrain from interfering in classified ads in which they have no interest in purchasing--

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...-ad-rules.html
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    THANK YOU David.

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    Beautiful camera! Do you have a ballpark price you are looking for? I have absolutely no clue what something like this is worth.
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    Thanks. As you've said this is a special camera and I don't want to name a price in public.
    People that know about this camera can tell you that the price is in $$$$ scale. That's all I can say.
    Estimated produced units around 2000. This one is somewhere in the middle according to serial number.
    Thanks

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