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    Calumet 4x5 monorail

    Camera in excellent shape with only minor signs of use. Movements good, ground glass clean. Bellows light tight and flexible. Comes in the original hard case with a dark cloth and four graphic 4x5 holders. Excellent way to break into LF. - 100$ plus shipping.
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    That's a great deal.

    That's what I paid for my first 4x5- 25 years ago! It too is a no frills metal Calumet. Black metal, black bellows, and on a 26" "long bar". No case though.... These cameras will survive the next ice-age. At least.
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    Does it come with any lensboards? I am very interested...
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    I have this camera. Bulky and somewhat heavy but I love it!
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    If you know what size your shutter is I should have a lens board to fit.

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    Here's the Instruction Booklet for this camera http://www.cameraeccentric.com/html/info/calumet_3.html
    from the amazing Camera Eccentric website
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    Quote Originally Posted by illumiquest View Post
    If you know what size your shutter is I should have a lens board to fit.
    Since I'm still a medium format shooter, I have no LF lenses other than a really old kodak anastigmat in a weird ball bearing shutter. If you have a board that isn't drilled that works fine, or is there a specific measurement I should look for to measure how big the board is?
    Thanks a bunch.
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    I've got a blank board with a 3/8" starter hole for an extra 10$

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    Why not toss in the lensboard on the deal-might help sell it to some youngster that needs the extra nudge to make the jump to LF.
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    I dont' think 110 is a bad deal for a camera, board, holders, dark cloth and case.

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