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    I had a Calumet Gowland until last year. I agree with all the other comments here. It is ultralight and great for backpacking.

    But I think you may want to start with a more conventional LF camera. There are plenty of them out there. Unless you really need it for backpacking, I would not recommend such a specialty camera as your first.
    "There are two ways to avoid most trouble in life: live below your means... and within your seams."

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    i don't have a gowland, but i almost bought one
    it wasn't a rail camera, but a gowlandflex tlr .
    i found it on eBoo and it was missing a handful of
    things, so i called peter up, spoke with him ...

    what a nice guy!

    if i had bought the camera, he would have saved me the trouble
    of searching for the lenses, and all it might have been missing ...
    at way less than buying new or even used ( through keh or this site's classifieds )

    i wish i had bought it, if not to have a gigantic camera and a piece of history but
    to be part of his family

    john
    silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
    artwork often times sold for charity
    PM me for details

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