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    FS: Nice Mihama Model lllA,

    This is one of the nicer Mihama's I have run across. It uses 120 film either 6X6 or 6X4.5. It has built in masks to use 6X4.5. It has dual viewfinders, A red dot will cover the finder not used, one for 6X6 and one for 6X4.5. On the camera back is a dual window setup to view which film size is being used. A very cool arrangement.
    The lens is a C. Kepler 75mm 1:3.5, it takes very sharp images. Shutter is a Presto-S? And works very well. Speeds are B- 300 and appear to work very well. I've not had any problem w/ them. Bellows are light tight. There are no dings, dents, haze, or fungus anywhere. Lens glass is very clean, no cleaning marks etc.
    There is only one minor problem, The front door has a tough time staying shut. A handy person could fix this very easily, the "catch" needs to be torqued back into place. Other than that, it is one fine camera, ready for a lot more use.
    I'm asking $70 obo, + shipping. US Sales only. Paypal or USPS mo Ok.
    Thanks for looking!
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    Last edited by 2bits; 05-07-2013 at 04:46 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Mihama lllA

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    What is that male flashlight synchro-socket called? So far I did not come across this type.

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    Agx, It is called the european syncro, from what I've read. I have an old Kodak flash unit that can use either the euro style or a standard style syncro. They are common to get your hands on.

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    Camera has sold.



 

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