Pm sent on film.
Pm sent on film.
film is gone.
Thanks to all who responded.
I bought a lot of paper and among all the envelopes, I found one for Panalure. 13 sheets remaining (counted in the dark) . For those unfamiliar, this was a paper made by Kodak to print from color negs so you can't use a conventional safelight. If you are interested, I'll drop it in a Priority Mail envelope ($5.15) and send it off. I have no use for it, but it seems a shame to pitch it. If you are interested and in the US, $5.15 via paypal and it is yours.
FREE for pick up only!
THREE Omega "D" style chasis (three slightly different models) - only one B22 head. Base boards, wall mount and a few other assorted bits. Includes some free dust as well.
Please make these disappear from our warehouse before they go to the local thrift store.
Located in Jamaica Plain (Boston) MA - free parking outside our loading dock, and easy highway access.
MUST BE PICKED UP - FREE.
Contact to arrange.
I've got a Mamiya Sekor SLR, with a 58mm 1.7 lens. It was my dad's camera but I'm not going to use it. As far as I know it is perfectly functional, although I doubt it is worth much. It's not quite free yet... I want to figure out how to get it to someone who will actually use it, rather than sell it or put it on a shelf. It might be a good "starter" film camera? If I know it's going to be used, I'd even consider paying the postage. So... what would be a good idea? Maybe a recommendation from an APUG member with a history and lots of posts? Someone teaching a class and has a student that needs a camera? Something like that... any ideas?
Mamiya: 7 II, RZ67 Pro II / Canon: 1V, AE-1, 5DmkII / Kodak: No 1 Pocket Autographic, No 1A Pocket Autographic | Sent w/ iPhone using Tapatalk