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    Sinar F1 kit, 3 lenses, lots of accessories

    I've decided to start paring down my collection of cameras. I'm starting with a Sinar F1 kit I bought last year when I was far more optimistic about how much free time I'd have once my daughter was born. I bought from another fellow here on APUG (Here's the posting, be sure to read the whole thing as the previous owner made some corrections).

    I tried to sell this kit off a few months ago, then changed my mind thinking I could somehow make some time. I couldn't. Time to be serious and move on.

    Here, as far as I can tell, is what comes in this lot, copy/pasted from last post with some edits:

    Sinar F-1 standards with DOF calculator
    two piece rail 7" and 11". and additional 18" rail. Makes a some 36" inches of rail, complete with caps!
    Two normal bellows! So with center bellows frame (included) you still have a bellows for use as lens hood.
    Wide angle Bellows. (for use with the short rail)
    Barn door shade
    Fresnel and ground glass.
    6x7 Horseman roll holder and mask for ground glass/fresnel
    Various rods and clips for bellows hood,
    Joint rod.
    Older Sinar Trunk case, holds it all!
    Sinar rail clamp and tripod head.
    Cable release
    Slide-rule calculator for extension factors
    Sinar manual/workbook with shoots and techniques/examples
    At least eight 4x5 film holders
    One Polaroid film holder (For sheets, not pack film).

    LENSES, all mounted in Sinar boards. I don't have a lens wrench so
    90mm Nikkor SW f4.5
    135mm Nikkor 135 f5.6 W
    210 Sironar (Made by Rodenstock) f5.6 (Has slight coating blemish, but my shots from it turned out great)

    Here's how we're going to do this: If someone wants this whole kit, the asking price is $1,700. That price will be divided as follows:
    -$1,600 for me, minus the Paypal fee.
    -The remaining $100 will be used for insured shipping to anyone in the U.S. (I'm guessing about $50). Whatever is left over will be donated to APUG.org for upkeep of the website.

    I'm going to leave this up for one week. If no one offers to buy the whole kit in that time, I'll start parting out the whole kit. This is a fantastic kit and it stings me to let it go, but I have to put parenting before pictures.
    Last edited by LoganCAdams; 04-14-2013 at 10:07 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Made an error on one lens description.

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    nikkor didn't make a 90mm 5.6, it was a 4.5.
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    Sir, you are right. Thank you for spotting my error.

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    It's been three days, so here goes. Any takers?

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    Sorry Logan... wish you had the time for it. I'll try to put the photo-link of the kit back up... people this is legit.



 

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