*** Jobo CPP-2, Bronica SQ-Ai gear, Seal Compress S110, light meters, etc. ***
*** For Sale ***
Jobo CPP-2 (with the lift attachment): $1,500
I purchased this brand new just a few years ago for $2,000. I put only four rolls of 120 film through it before I began having health issues... and I haven't had the energy to shoot / process / print film since. I'm asking $1,500 for it because it is in MINT condition. No flaws, no problems, everything works perfectly.
Also, I have a few Jobo series tanks and a bunch of reels to fit those tanks. I got the tanks for free from a mentor who has since passed away. I'll throw in the tanks with the CPP-2 for FREE. There's no point in me keeping them if I don't have a processor to use them with. They might as well go to the buyer of the processor.
Bronica gear: Everything is in "Excellent+" to "Like New-" condition as defined by KEH.com used camera site.
Two Bronica SQ-Ai bodies: $200/each
Speed grip for SQ-Ai: $30
Two 120-I film backs (with dark slides): $125/each
Prism finder (with protective cover): $100
PS 50mm lens (perfect glass, not a scratch -- includes end caps and case): $250
PS 150mm lens (perfect glass, not a scratch -- includes end caps and case): $150
Automatic Bellows Attachment S (for close-up work): $200
Pentax Digital Spotmeter (with strap and case -- this one is "Beginner" condition as per KEH.com): $100
Sekonic L-508 light meter: $200
Seal Compress 110S swing Arm Mounting Press: $300 (plus, 4-1/2 100 sheet packs of 11x14 mounting tissue - included FREE)
Asking prices are anywhere from $50-$100 less than what you'd pay if you bought the same item, in the same condition, from KEH.
Prices do NOT include UPS shipping from Des Moines, Iowa.
Payment via PayPal only.
Last edited by SusanK; 10-23-2012 at 11:13 PM. Click to view previous post history.
For those who might see it and wonder, the small green tacking iron with that really nice looking Seal 110S press is one of Fred Picker's Zone VI creations. Or at least the one he sold through his Zone VI Studios.
It's hugely useful if you make and mount small prints and prefer something slim and lightweight, instead of those massive-by-comparison Seal tacking irons.
"The richness of the experience that occurs when one is exposed tangibly to a subject, material, or process is unmatchable in the abstract... Thus, when 'touch it,' 'taste it,' smell it' become the watchwords, the results are most often extraordinary. Equally extraordinary are the lengths to which people will go to avoid [that] experience."
— Tom Peters and Robert H. Waterman Jr., In Search of Excellence, 1982
And, I'll throw the tacking iron in for FREE with the press... plus the paper. Shipping weight would be roughly 45 lbs.
Oh god. I'm doing large format now and could * really* use a spot meter, but I'm heading to Ames to pick up darkroom stuff this weekend and trying to get that reducing back. That's an excellent price for that spot meter, too. Oh, save me from myself, someone. :P
No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.
You sound like me 20 years ago. I couldn't aquire photo/darkroom equipment fast enough.
I do have someone interested in the spotmeter. Waiting to hear back from him.
I should also mention that I looked everything up on KEH and kept the prices anywhere from $50-$100 less than what you'd pay if you bought the same item, in the same condition, from them.
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I think BGN stands for "Bargain", not "Beginner".
Nice stuff, reasonable prices.
I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.
PM sent for Pentax Digital Spotmeter.
Originally Posted by lxdude
LOL - Ooops. Hey, it was late at night when I put that listing together, I was tired, the mind wasn't working... that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Sale pending on the Pentax Digital Spotmeter
Boy that Seal press would sure be useful. Shipping to upper Canuckistan might be tricky, though...