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    6x12 camera w/ Mamiya 75mm lens

    Alpenhause 6x12 with the amazing Mamiya 75mm lens. I previously owned a DaYi 6x17 and it was just too big to carry around for me. Also, I only ended up using a wide angle lens on it (even though I had 4 lenses for the system). So, I sold that off and got this one.

    This camera is basically brand new - it was made for me a few months ago and I have only run a few rolls through it so far. Unfortunately, I need to raise some money and this gem has to go.

    Here's a site with some photos of the camera:

    http://alpenhause.com/Albums/TheAlpe...mera/index.htm

    I've got over $1100 into the camera already, but I'm only asking $900 for it as it is slightly used.

    I'll post some photos of the actual unit when I can.
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    The opening looks to me to be about 116mm.

    Forgot to mention that the film advance is automatic. No little red window needed here.
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    It will also accept 220 film.
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    Dang. I need a Super Angulon XL 90/5.6 more than this, but argghhhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by didjiman View Post
    Dang. I need a Super Angulon XL 90/5.6 more than this
    No you don't.
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    a couple of photos as promised ...

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    and one more ...

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    Is the lens removable and replaceable? Also, is it considered a wide angle lens? What is the field of view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ijeff View Post
    Is the lens removable and replaceable? Also, is it considered a wide angle lens? What is the field of view?
    Lens is not removable. This is a moderate wide angle for 6x12.
    Last edited by Jeff Bannow; 10-24-2012 at 08:38 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    I used to have one; very neat, practical camera. Field of view is a little over 75 degrees.
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