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Old 11-24-2012   #41
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Aaaanddd... The J8 is gone.

The Pentax Zoom 90, Rollei Prego Zoom, and the Taron 35 (needs shutter repairs) are left.

Also, My girlfriend is putting her Jupiter 8 LTM up for grabs

How fitting... a christmas giveaway thread started on the first day of snowfall here!
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Old 11-24-2012   #42
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I have a new 36mm, UV filter by Bower, looking for a good home. I will pay postage in the USA.
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Old 11-24-2012   #43
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Patrick, I could use that Jupiter 8.
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Old 11-24-2012   #44
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The Hasselblad handle and step up adapter is gone.
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Old 11-24-2012   #45
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I've also got a Jupiter 8M for Contax/Kiev that could just a new home. No longer have any Kiev bodies.
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Old 11-24-2012   #46
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kxl if you still have the 1) B+W KR-1.5 Skylight 39mm I could find nice home for that
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Old 11-24-2012   #47
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I can offer my beat up nikonos II body. It used to work, until I murdered the lens.
also a metal developing tank with 120 spiral and dodgy cap (works ok)

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The Yankee 4x5 tank is also gone, now.
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Also, I would love to take the exakta.
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I have:

Lens hood 105-250 (Bronica ETR)
SCA 343 Adapter (Nikon)
Cromatek Filter holder with clear center spot Filter and 55mm adapter
Extension tubes Yashica (Y/C) and reverse mount adapter Y/C ↔ 52mm
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A few items I no longer use.
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A few items I no longer use.

Lenses: No CAPS:

Panagor 135mm f/2.8 for Nikon Non-Ai No Issues, clean blades, built-in slide out hood <Samples Here>
$??.?? United States Postal Service (8x8x8 ready box - Parcel Post) USA ONLY. I will need your City/State/Zip to get exact postage. (FYI: Calif = $8.83 Zone 8, NY/NY = $7.49)

Spoken for: Nikkor Q 135mm f/2.8 Non-Ai, SN: 278679. clean blades, built-in slide out hood. Glass shows dust and small pin dots, but, elements has been cleaned professionally, but no effect on IQ. <Samples Here>

Auto Sears (MIJ) 55-135mm f/3.5 M42 with A/M switch, Internal Zoom!, Vivitar Made most likely. clean blades, built-in slide out hood. Glass shows dust, but no effect on IQ <Samples Here>
$??.?? United States Postal Service (8x8x8 ready box - Parcel Post) USA ONLY. I will need your City/State/Zip to get exact postage. (FYI: Calif = $8.83 Zone 8, NY/NY = $7.49)

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Minolta Hi-Matic AF2 with bats... Works fine. ran a roll through, good results. Flash works also. Light meter works. With OEM 2 part case.
$??.?? United States Postal Service (8x8x8 ready box - Parcel Post) USA ONLY. I will need your City/State/Zip to get exact postage. (FYI: Calif = $8.83 Zone 8, NY/NY = $7.49)

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ikon Tele Touch (35/70) No bats, not sure it works.
$??.?? United States Postal Service (8x8x8 ready box - Parcel Post) USA ONLY. I will need your City/State/Zip to get exact postage. (FYI: Calif = $8.83 Zone 8, NY/NY = $7.49)

Samsung Super-zoom 1150 35mm, (38-115mm), No Bats, with Panoramic mask, macro button, LCD top panel Camera outline,
Worked the last time I had batts in it.
$??.?? United States Postal Service (8x8x8 ready box - Parcel Post) USA ONLY. I will need your City/State/Zip to get exact postage. (FYI: Calif = $8.83 Zone 8, NY/NY = $7.49)


PM me: I use the time stamp for requests on the same item.

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B+W KR 1.5 39mm to sanmich (pending payment for shipping)

Infrared filter 58mm to DaveW (pending payment for shipping)




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1) B+W KR-1.5 Skylight 39mm

2) Hoya Infrared (R72) 58mm

3) Hoya UV (0) 52mm

4) Sunpak Yellow (Y2) 52mm

I may have other things as well - just need to get through all of it.

Shipping - $4 to ship to US and Canada; $7 everywhere else.

First PM gets it. I'll be out all day so I'll check back later.
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Canon 20/30D battery grip

Third party Targus Battery grip for Canon 20/30D.Not sure if it fits later models.This came with a 30D I bought 2 years ago.Tried it and it does work, but sits here on top of my computer collecting dust.
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Old 11-24-2012   #54
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Here goes from me. Everything works! But you'll need to get batteries. PM or email [email protected] for shipping cost.

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1/ OM Stylus 35-70mm clamshell.
2/ Pentax Optio 145 (panorama switch).

3/ OM-G body+cap BYE BYE
4/ Nikonos 28mm BYE BYE

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Old 11-24-2012   #55
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The Jupiter 8 LTM has been claimed by Pickett Wilson!

Pentax Zoom 90, Rollei Prego Zoom, and the Taron 35 (needs shutter repair) are still left!

Yours for the price of shipping
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Old 11-25-2012   #56
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I have Exakta SLR with Tessar 50mm f2.8 to give.

Is this taken? I would like to give it a new home, and she will share it with other Exakta!
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Old 11-25-2012   #57
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A black M8/M9 Thumbs Up, no cold shoe...
Is that one still available? If yes, I'd like to take it.
I surely have some nice things to offer here as well, just need to check.
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Book is still available!

Shipping is 27 USD for Europe.



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"Ilford Monochrome darkroom practice: A manual of black & white processing & printing" by Jack H Coote. This is the second edition from 1988 in hardback.

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Kent, the Thumbs up has been claimed already Sorry!
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Old 11-25-2012   #61
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Found some stuff:
Balda Super Baldax - this is the 120 version & everything works (calling the rangefinder patch dim is an understatement, but it's ok),
Minolta Hi-Matic G2 - can't get battery door open, but it looks great, &
Jupiter 11 135mm lens for FED - clean & clear.
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I'd be interested in the Super Baldax.
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Old 11-25-2012   #63
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You guys are all great! I'll be digging through some of my stuff this week...

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Old 11-25-2012   #64
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The Jupiter 8 LTM has been claimed by Pickett Wilson!

Pentax Zoom 90, Rollei Prego Zoom, and the Taron 35 (needs shutter repair) are still left!

Yours for the price of shipping
Hi, I'd really love that jupiter 8! PMing you!
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Pickett,

If the A-1 is still available I'd love to snag it. Looking for an item to post up myself this evening.

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Here's another film camera I haven't used in some time, perhaps someone can use.



Canon A-1. Very clean camera working perfectly. Had the Canon squeak when I got it, but has since been serviced, no more squeek, so should be good to go for a couple of decades. Engraving on bottom plate, otherwise exc. condition. The Vivitar 135mm lens comes with it as a lens cap (But is working fine). Please post in this thread if you want it.

Would appreciate you picking up the shipping cost. Probably around $10. U.S. only, please.
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Sure Kent, it's yours. PM me your mailing address.
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Here are a few items that need a home that will put them to work...they've been sitting around here long enough...

Vivitar 252 Flash
Vivitar 91 Flash
Vivitar 1900 Flash

Update on the Flashes...Take One, Two or all Three just let me know...

Olympus Electronic Flash AC, Adapter 2 (120VAC to 200VDC 10mA)

Cokin "A" Series Adapter Rings 52mm & 62mm (must take both)

Will be looking for more lazy photo gear later...

Found...Manfrotto 030-38 (#3048 old part number) Mounting Plate for Large Format gear 3/8" Mounting Thread (For Hexagonal Plate Heads)

Manfrotto Mounting Plate may have a new home... Mounting Plate is GONE...!!!
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*A Lowepro 6 pocket filter wallet - $1 US shipping
*About 15-20, 4x6 paper (cardboard) photo mats in random colors - $3 us shipping
*One small micro lens pouch - $1 US shipping

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I can't find much to contribute but it's the thought that counts, right? I have a very slightly used Hoya 46mm linear polarizer which needs a lens to fit it. Also three very old but barely used OP/TECH straps, one for a bag, one camera strap with quick releases and one narrower strap for a lighter camera or binoculars.


OP/TECH Straps by seajak, on Flickr

I'll pay postage if it's not too much.

Edit: The blue camera strap has gone to the Czech Republic and the black strap to Sweden.

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Below are a list of items I hope will spread good cheer! Shipping cost is listed after each item (USA only).

1. Fujica Compact Deluxe $5

Meter works, but is jumps around a lot like there's a short somewhere. Rangefinder patch looks pretty faint to me, but maybe would improve with a cleaning. Case in rough shape, but sill works. Shutter speeds sound accurate across the range and the aperture appears to be working fine.

2. Mastering Digital Printing (Copyright 2003) by Harald Johnson. $5

3. SilverFast: The Official Guide (Copyright 2003) by Taz Tally, Ph.D. The book comes with a CD which "includes trial versions of SilverFast product line, plus example images from the book". $5

4. Monaco EZ Color 2 software. Says it works with Windows and Macintosh. It also says on the disk "Version 2.5". $5

5. Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac $5

6. One 128MB RAM chip $2

7. Two 512MB RAM chip $2

8. Gemko 49mm Adapter Ring $2 This adapter ring makes a great short lens shade on my Vivitar 35ES.
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Here are some photos of other items I'm offering (see post above).
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Blue camera strap has gone to Martin.

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For those interested in lomography I have Elikon 535 to give away. It seems to be working fine (I have the film mid roll now in this camera so I'll just need to finish it before I can send the camera). Free shipping in EU.
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Kent, didn't notice you were in Germany. I can't ship outside the U.S.
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Have the original manual for Yashica GSN/GTN in 4 languages. Will ship WW for free. Please PM me!
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pickett ~ would love the ae-1 stateside, going to give to my nephew....

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The Kent that wanted the A-1 is stateside...I think.

Seems we have two Kents.
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