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    It wouldn't suprise me to see it go for $300,000 considering one of the 12 surviving O-series leicas recently sold for around $2million. Obviously theres more than 12 Arca Swiss 4x5's out there, but how many were owned by Saint Ansel?
    Mamiya RB67 Pro-S, Mamiya-Sekor 90mm F=3.8C

    Zeiss Ikon Ikonta M 524/16, Novar-Anastigmat 75mm F=3.5

    Nikon FTn, Nikkor-H.C 50mm F=2

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    Just get the same model for $400 or less from the 'bay and say "this is one just like Anselm Adams" used. Or just try to take pictures as good as his. No need for his camera - there's no AA pixie dust or whatever.

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    No thanks, I don't believe in cameras as objects of religious devotion.
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    Wow with David Lindquist's "corrections" the price has dropped to $300 and coffee thrown in

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    It will actually cost $300,075 dollars by the time you modernize it by mounting your smartphone at the film plane. Would be lucky if they get $300 dollars for it.

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    Any item is always and only worth whatever a willing buyer and willing seller agree it is worth. There is no such thing as intrinsic value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach View Post
    Love that camera, I wish I had $300.000.

    Jeff
    Although I never own a view camera I think a horseman 45 LX or a Linhof kardan master would be much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoonmaniac View Post
    if you miss this one and want one very similar at a much better price,email me at rlambrec@ymail.com
    Regards

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    Thanks Ralph!

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    if you miss this one and want one very similar at a much better price,email me at rlambrec@ymail.com
    But I'm faithful to my Swiss Sinar F2. It's like an old friend. I've had it for over 30 years.
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    Just imagine what an old spare tire from his 1950's wagon would be worth - y'know, the authentic one with the shooting platform on the roof.
    Maybe there would still be some pebble embedded in the tread from Hernandez, NM. That alone would double its worth. Just by thinking about
    it, you'll double your own photographic skills. It also helps to grow a beard and wear a cowboy hat. I don't have either. Perhaps that's why I'm
    not famous.

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