Miscellaneous cameras, lenses, other stuff
Having picked up a big box of stuff from a local auction I have the following surplus to requirements. Mostly old but interesting. I'm open to offers on anything; I'm listing it here first before sending it to ebay or somewhere similar. It appears to have had a careful owner for the most part. All prices plus postage.
Zenit 3M camera, c/w original leather case, Industar 50mm f/3.5 lens, push-on UV filter, plus lens hood in its own little leather case. Fair condition, with instruction book and original receipt when bought s/h in 1965. The trailing shutter curtain is rather lazy on the B setting, I think that's quite common on this model. £10
Hanimex 35mm f/3.5 lens (black) for Zenit, hard leather case and receipt. Scruffy but clean glass, fitted orange filter. £5
Set of three extension tubes for Zenit, 25, 35 and 50mm approx. Clean. £5
Kodak Colorsnap 35 camera (first version, scruffy) in tidy original E-R case. Seems to be basically working. Includes original receipt from 1963. £5
Weston EuroMaster exposure meter and Invercone, both in leather cases and in clean condition with instruction manual. Cursory tests on the meter suggest it's working properly (it agrees with my OM-1 anyway). £25
Olympus T20 flashgun, provides full TTL control with OM-2, OM-4 etc. Working but recycle time is a bit long suggesting lack of use. This should improve with regular use - it's already a lot better than when I first tried it. £7.50
Olympus Zuiko 100-200mm f/5 lens, very nice condition with original caps and in a soft pouch. £55
Wallace Heaton Zodellar Anastigmat 4.5 no.6 lens, big, brass, scruffy, with one cap and in a rather smelly leather case. Glass looks OK though. Inscribed "Made in Germany for W.H.Ltd". Focal length unknown. Offers?
Various odds and ends that may be of interest, offers invited:
Zeiss Ikon Ikoblitz 4 (bulb) flashgun, folding reflector. Nice condition.
Flashbulbs - quantity of Philips PF1B (fit the above) and PF1/97
Yellow filter for Kodak Beehive safelight. Clean in very scruffy original box.
Paterson Major dev tank, adjustable model, no spiral but boxed with instructions.
Johnsons Chromium Intensifier, 100ml, unopened(!) with instructions
Johnsons retouching medium and spotting medium
Several shoe-mounting rangefinders
Ross Resolux 50mm f/3.5 enlarging lens
Ferrania Exposure Calculator (dial type) with instructions.
SunPak GX20 flash - dead, might be useful for spares.
Can mail anywhere, PayPal and Visa/Mastercard accepted.
What rangefinders do you have and how much? What would shipping be to US and do you?
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And sleep to dream till day
Of the truth that gold can never buy
Of the bawbles that it may.
There are three (right to left in the attached pic).
Originally Posted by guitstik
1. Medis, boxed and working c/w instructions. Scaled in feet, 3ft - Inf. Virtually mint condition.
2. Super Watameter, working. Scaled in feet, two ranges 12" - 20" scaled on the dial and 22ft - inf. with viewfinder display. Fairly good condition.
3. Pollux, not working. Scaled 0.8m to inf. Scruffy, maybe repairable, I don't know - somebody might have already had a go as the fabric trim has been lifted.
All were made in Germany and fit a standard camera accessory shoe.
Shipping to the US (or anywhere) for any one would be approx 3 GBP by standard air mail.
What would it be for the medis shipped to US?
How does 15 GBP sound? Or make me an offer!
Originally Posted by Joe O'Brien
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How a bout 12.5 GBP? (I'll send 20 USD so it will be slightly more)
There wasn't a color head for a Durst 138 enlarger in that box was there?
Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand
Thanks Joe, I have an offer on the Medis but if it falls through you'll be next in line.
Originally Posted by Joe O'Brien
Afraid not, no. There was an old Gnome Alpha b+w one though which is in line to a local student but if he changes his mind it'll be up for grabs!
Originally Posted by Curt
Wallace Heaton Zodellar lens - £20 + P&P ?