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    FS: Like New Chamonix 8x20, Holders, etc.

    I hate to do this but with 2 kids in University and a deteriorating back, I don't have much choice...so...

    For sale: Chamonix 8x20 camera LN, 2 Chamonix holders (probably the best holders I've ever used!), a GLASS GG I bought from Steve Hopf and the original acrylic GG, case for camera and cases for the film holders. All in fine condition.
    The kit cost me just over $5000 before shipping, taxes. I am asking $4175/reasonable offer for what is essentially a new kit but without the one year+ wait. Please PM or e-mail me if you have questions or would like to make an offer. A few photos follow below as well as links for specs:



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    What a beauty! Almost wish I was into sheet film. Wow. Looks amazing.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    What a beauty! Almost wish I was into sheet film. Wow. Looks amazing.
    Thomas,

    This would be a good time to start. Good price, beautiful camera, great design, well built, no wait, made of unobtainable wood. What's not to like?

    John Powers



 

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