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    I can't seem to figure out how to edit the original poorly executed photos, but here are a few just taken a couple minutes ago. Happy to send along the full sized files to anyone interested.

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    FS/ Plaubel Makina 67 w/80 2.8

    Great pictures of the camera. Having that hand there really gives you an idea of the compact size of this wonderful camera.

    Also I remember seeing Helmut Newton shooting briefly with one in the documentary done by his wife, Helmut by June. Great video to watch also.

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    Bump..

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    price drop!

    How about $1600? I'm open to interesting trades also.

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    I hope someone picks this up from you. I've got a 67W, same camera with a wider lens, and I've found it to be a great travel camera. Opens in an instant, built-in meter, closes in an instant, easy to walk around with as nothing protrudes, very discreet. This looks like it's in great shape, too. Good luck with your sale, Tom.

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    Thanks Trask. It really is a great camera, travel & otherwise, but for some reason I don't seem to use it. Hoping someone else will.

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    Mine had a problem with the metering system a few years ago , and I sent it in for repair, but they don't make the parts anymore.

    Frankly, I really didn't miss it, and used the camera without worrying about the meter. It is a great camera, very sharp lens and wondeful size for carrying and then that lovely large negative.
    http://www.aclancyphotography.com

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    Ann:
    Several years ago my Plaubel Makina 67's light meter died.
    I had it expertly repaired at Nippon Photo Clinic Service, 920 Broadway At East 21st St., New York, NY 10001
    Phone: 212-982-3177
    The staff was all Japanese and they specialized in exotic Japanese cameras.
    I have no connection to them and I'm not even sure that they still can do that type of repair.

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    Thanks for the tip, like the op, I haven't used mine in some time .
    http://www.aclancyphotography.com

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    Nippon still services Makinas. It's Just a question of how many donor cameras they have at any given time for the parts you may need.
    "There is a time and place for all things, the difficulty is to use them only in their proper time and places." -- Robert Henri

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