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    Hasselblad, Nikon, Graflex

    Clearing out stuff for much needed funds.

    Hasselblad 150mm f/4 CF T*
    Very clean, Function test is fine. Worked perfectly with chromes last time I was using it. No fungus, clean glass. Included is a B60 protective filter, and both caps $375 shipped

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    Hasselblad A16 (this is the 6x4.5 back, not the 4.5x4.5 back) with finder mask, light seals replaced, $150


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    Hasselblad Accu-Matte D focusing screen, excellent shape and comes with a protective case $220

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    Nikon 55-200 DX VR, near mint. rear cap included, and 52mm UV filter (works but vignettes slightly on Full Frame and Film, can provide example photos) $100

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    Graflex Grafmatic, seems to function properly, the septums could use a clean but they are all straight and the overall condition is good. $65

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    Graflex 6x9 back, looks to have been cut to 6x9 from a 6x6 but has the correct winding insert for a 6x9. It could use a new darkslide, as the one that comes with it is a PITA, and has a minor light leak which could be repaired with epoxy. Would be good for a pinhole camera project! $65

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    Last edited by EASmithV; 03-01-2014 at 10:03 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Prices dropped:

    150 zeiss = $325
    645 back = $130
    Accu-Matte = $190
    55-200 = $90
    Grafmatic = $60
    Roll film holder = $50

    After this i'm gonna try my luck on ebay.
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    PM on graphmatic

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    How many exposures do you get with the a16? 12 or 16? Might be a stupid question but never have heard it straight from a user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjbecker View Post
    How many exposures do you get with the a16? 12 or 16? Might be a stupid question but never have heard it straight from a user.
    Is it not called an a16 because you get 16 shots (645), and an a12 gets 12 shots (6x6)?
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjbecker View Post
    How many exposures do you get with the a16? 12 or 16? Might be a stupid question but never have heard it straight from a user.
    You get 16 frames. With the camera upright, the framing is in landscape orientation. It's a nice back if you want a few more frames on a roll, or you like rectangular prints.
    Vertical framing can be tough if you're using a WLF or a 45 degree prism though. (Certainly do-able, but may require some practice).

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    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    You get 16 frames. With the camera upright, the framing is in landscape orientation. It's a nice back if you want a few more frames on a roll, or you like rectangular prints.
    Vertical framing can be tough if you're using a WLF or a 45 degree prism though. (Certainly do-able, but may require some practice).
    This is correct, sorry i didn't get to it earlier.

    Beware of the A16S, which gives you 4.5x4.5 "super slides". The mask with the a16 i'm selling is lined for both however.
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    Sale pending on Grafmatic and Acu-Matte
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    acu-matte sold
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