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    fs: Calumet cc400 4x5 Camera $75

    Very nice 4x5 Monorail Camera. Has about 16" of bellows extension (20 in rail). Bellows in good shape. All controls work smoothly. Has a bail back for easy film holder loading, opens to about 1.25 inches. Has a handy handle on top for easy handling. Rotating back. The levels are in good shape.

    $75 plus shipping. Lens board w/35mm hole available for $10.

    If you need a lens, I can include a Caltar IIE 210mm f6.8, along with film holders, cable release, Copal 1 lensboard, loupe, out-dated B&W film for $250 total including camera, plus shipping.

    Jon

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    Now thats a bargain!
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    Given the low cost of these, some people cut down the rail to about 12" (I'm pretty sure there was a 12" factory option as well) to make them more portable in the field. You lose close focus capability but still fine for landscapes. And a lot less expensive than a folding 4x5.
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    I want it!
    Get with me as to how to make this happen

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    Are you interested in any accessories like lens, lens board, film holders, cable release, loupe, etc. ?

    Jon
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    This is still available. Shipping estimates would be $15 to California, $24 to east coast.

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    'grats! Nice camera.. Love mine!
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    APS, 35mm, 120, 4x5 and a Deardorff & Sons 4x5 Special under restoration.

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