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    Mamiya C3 + 80mm and 55mm lens sets + grip

    So I have finally come to the conclusion that TLRs just aren't my thing. I want to love them, but I just don't like using them as much as I thought I would. This set was used recently and everything works fine except the 55mm lens gets sticky at 1/8 and below. The rest of the shutter speeds all seem fine and wow, the pictures are almost painfully sharp from this lens. The grip is missing a screw in the bottom, so you will need something to fit there. The wlf is nice and bright. I didn't show it in the pics, but the magnifier is there and works fine. The body of the C3 has some scuffs and marks, but it is a respectable looking old camera I would consider trades/partial trades for lith-friendly fb paper, Fuji Acros in 120, or mamiya m645 2x teleconverter or maybe something cool, haha.

    $275 + actual shipping from here in Maine
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    The last picture sortof shows that the magnifier is there. Good luck with the sale, my GAS senses are tingling.
    Nicholai Nissen
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    What are "GAS" senses? Nice camera set, btw. I already own and highly recommend the Mamiya TLR family.

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    who's got GAS ?

    GAS - Gear Acquisition Syndrome... I am a chronic sufferer.
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    More praise for the Mamiya TLR family from me. The 55mm is highly regarded, especially. Good price for a good kit.

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    I do like these and I like the older ones better than the modern C330, my C33 is wonderful. Now I need a 55mm as it seems 65mm is passe'!

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    I'll join the chorus. I've had a C33 for a couple years and am finally starting to understand it. It's a much better camera than I am a photographer. And it's a way cool fashion accessory hanging around your neck.
    A politician is a man who will double cross that bridge when he comes to it.

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    Thanks for the thumbs up, everyone! It is a great camera; just not for me. I am also very interested in getting involved in dry plate work, so may be open to a trade involving stuff for that.

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    Ahh yes, GAS. I suffer from bouts of that myself, from time to time.

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    Still available

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