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    Awesome RZ67 Kit

    I have a fantastic RZ67 Pro II kit for sale. I love the camera, but I climb too many buildings to bring this larger camera along anymore, so I've decided to switch to a range-finder. Everything works flawlessly, and the glass on all of the lenses is in very good condition. There are a few discrete marks on the camera body from repeated functional use, but like I said, it functions beautifully, and looks pretty good too. THE ONLY REAL COSMETIC FLAW with any piece of the kit is that the fisheye has somewhat of a dent in the aperture ring but this does not affect the functionality of the lens at all.

    I paid over $2000 to assemble this kit, and I'd like to get $1600. Pretty reasonable, I think.

    The kit is as follows:

    RZ67 Pro II Body
    37mm f/4.5 Fisheye (De-clicked, fitted with custom aperture ring. Great lens)
    50mm f/4.5 ULD L (yes, it's the really nice suuuuper sharp floating element version)
    110mm f/2.8
    180mm f/4.5

    Filter case with 77mm filters: Sunpak 80A, Tiffen 25 Red, B+W Polarizer, Infrared (off brand Hoya R72)
    Filter case with 40.5mm filters (for fisheye rear mount): Hoya 80A, Tiffen 25 Red, Infrared (off brand hoya R72)
    Cable Release
    A very dusty prism viewer (non metered)
    3x 120mm backs
    2 rolls of portra 160, 2 rolls of provia
    Lens hoods for 50mm and 180mm



    Might be willing to split it up if the price is right.

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    You can see the dent in the fisheye's aperture ring here:
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    Thanks for looking!

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