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Registered: June 2010
Location: Davis, CA

   *REDUCED* Mamiya C330 Professional w/ 80mm f/2.8 "Blue Dot" Lens
Quantity Buy It Now Price Views Date Posted
1 $150.00 1022 Mon May 15, 2017
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
SOLD! ($150.00) $25.00 Good
Description:

UPDATE (21 MAY 2017). I met with a potential buyer today and we discovered that a new problem exists with this camera; the shutter release button will only fire the shutter when the camera is set in "Multi" (i.e. multiple exposure mode). However, the shutter can still be fired in single mode, it just requires you to press down on the shutter release located on the lens itself. This may or not be an easy fix--I have no idea--but I have reduced the price $100 accordingly. 

Looking for a high quality TLR camera that can also be used to pound nails, anchor a battleship, or fight off an angry crowd? Well, look no further!

Behold, the Mamiya C330 with 80mm f/2.8 "Blue Dot" lens. 4.5lbs (2040 grams) of photographic excellence.

Condition: This little fella has seen some use in his day--a previous owner even engraved his name in the chrome beneath the lens.

  • Mechanical issues: None that I am aware of; the biggest issue (visible in picture 2) is that the little nub that attaches to the aperture ring is missing a screw, which means it is pretty much useless. However, this has no real impact on use, all this means is that you need to turn the aperture ring like almost every other manual camera in existence.
  • Lens: Both the viewing and taking lenses are clean and clear with no visible issues. I have kept a B W skylight filter (included in sale) on the taking lens for the entire time I have owned the camera (approx 5 years).
  • Shutter: While I have no way to measure the accuracy of the shutter, my photos have always come out well-exposed and the speeds sound accurate to my ears.
  • Viewfinder: Clean and clear, no issues.
  • Bellows: No holes, cracks, or light leaks that I can see. I have never had any issues.
  • Aesthetics: I don't think this camera will win any beauty contests, but it is perfectly serviceable (patina, paint loss).

Also included in sale are: lens cap, B W filter, Mamiya prism finder (in rough shape, but it's usable). 

Buy this baby in the next day or two and I will include a roll of either Provia 400x or Cinestill 800T (your choice, both 120 size of course). 

This is a great and very cool camera, but since I am a law student reduced to eating oatmeal and pine cones for every meal, I figure it's time to send it off to a new home. I have lots of additional pictures should you be interested--they were too big to upload here.

Thanks for looking!

Location: Davis, CA
Postal Code: 95618
Shipping Method: FedEx
Shipping Cost: 25
Sales Tax: 7.25% (CA)
Keywords: Mamiya film TLR Medium Format C330 Square 6x6

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filmtwit
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Comment Date: Mon May 15, 2017

Very very tempting 



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Comment Date: Mon May 15, 2017

C'mon.



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filmtwit
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Comment Date: Mon May 15, 2017

Ask me again in a few days.



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Sustich
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Location: Lake Zurich, IL - 45 miles NW of Chicago
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Comment Date: Tue May 16, 2017

I wouldn't say it can anchor a battleship; it's a battleship unto itself!


I already have one. Otherwise I would take it. GLWS.

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filmtwit
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Comment Date: Fri May 26, 2017

Paypal sent



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