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Old 12-05-2012   #201
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*About 15-20, 4x6 paper (cardboard) photo mats in random colors with backing boards- $3 US shipping
*One small micro lens pouch - $1 US shipping

Please PM me as I'll forget to check this thread on a regular basis
The above are still available.

*Also available is a new Itoya Art Portfolio book in 4x6 size- $1 US shipping
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Old 12-05-2012   #202
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Did I see someone mention a Rolle SL35 earlier? That sounds interesting. I never met a Rollei I couldn't love.
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Old 12-05-2012   #203
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DR-3 goes to Jerevan
The impossible adapter is spoken for
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Old 12-05-2012   #204
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I guess it's my turn Thanks for all of your amazing Christmas presents!

1.Polaroid packfilm back. Works well with Fujifilm FP.(Goes to pdexposures)

2.Polaroid Spectra film, I have three packs. Expired but produce vintage tone. It's for spectra/1200 model, not the 600 type. Be aware of that. Make sure you know what is before you PM.(Goes to pdexposures)

3.Light seal sponge(what a shame..)

4.Minolta XE-7 manual

5.Minolta MC Rokkor lens DOF brochure
6.Aperture 3 Francis version(Brand new sealed, can be upgraded to the newest version)
7.Logic Express 9(Brand new sealed, US version)(Goes to ampguy)
8.iWork(Brand new sealed)

9.Minolta SLR system introduction brochure



I am looking for a Perfect glass condition rigid for my newly acquired M2, send me your offer if you have one for sale!

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I will take the Exakta to PEN adapter as nobody seems to want it.
If available, of course.
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I will take the Exakta to PEN adapter as nobody seems to want it.
If available, of course.
Here goes the impossible adapter.
god knows I wouldn't have dreamed it could be interesting to somebody.
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Old 12-06-2012   #207
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Thanks, Michael.
I have one Exakta mount 40mm or 50mm Tessar that I could use on my PEN as a short tele. I love strange adapters.
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Old 12-06-2012   #208
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Old 12-06-2012   #209
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My turn. Free plus $10 shipping (U.S. addresses only-sorry). I have what I believe to be a Werra Werramat. The camera is disassembled, but all the pieces and screws are accounted for. I bought this to try and get it working but it's proven beyond my abilities. The shutter fires and both sets of shutter blades work as intended, but hangs up in the last part of the operation. If you put some lighter fluid into the shutter, it will fire all the way, but once it's dry again, it goes back to not fully working. It's gotta be an easy fix (or source of parts) for someone who knows these things better than I. The selenium meter responds to light, but don't know how accurate it is. The hood as a small crack in the threads.

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still sorting through the mountains of messages. some of you i have gotten back to via email messages.

again, please email me at [email protected] for quicker response
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Old 12-06-2012   #211
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Old 12-06-2012   #212
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Nikon DG-2 - 2x eyepiece magnifer, Nikon DK-6 eye-cup for F100 - Free shipping Can & US
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Old 12-06-2012   #213
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The above are still available.

*Also available is a new Itoya Art Portfolio book in 4x6 size- $1 US shipping
I'm interested if it's still available.
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Old 12-06-2012   #214
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I guess it's my turn Thanks for all of your amazing Christmas presents!

1.Polaroid packfilm back. Works well with Fujifilm FP.(Goes to pdexposures)

2.Polaroid Spectra film, I have three packs. Expired but produce vintage tone. It's for spectra/1200 model, not the 600 type. Be aware of that. Make sure you know what is before you PM.(Goes to pdexposures)

3.Light seal sponge(what a shame..)

4.Minolta XE-7 manual

5.Minolta MC Rokkor lens DOF brochure
6.Aperture 3 Francis version(Brand new sealed, can be upgraded to the newest version)
7.Logic Express 9(Brand new sealed, US version)
8.iWork(Brand new sealed)

9.Minolta SLR system introduction brochure



I am looking for a Perfect glass condition rigid for my newly acquired M2, send me your offer if you have one for sale!

Merry Christmas,
Cheers!
For the Mac softs, I am not going to give it away as a set, you can only pick one please! The unused activation code is enclosed.
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Old 12-06-2012   #215
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Old 12-06-2012   #216
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one more thing to give...

NIKONOS 28uw lens -- i have one for keeping, one for giveaway - lens is untested. looks ok.

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Old 12-06-2012   #217
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I'd like to give away a vintage Kodak 10" x 12" safelight, I am not sure if I have the bracket or not, I think it's the model C, grey metal, with either a 15W or 25W working bulb in it. It has about 3 packaged 10x12 filters, so the whole thing is pretty heavy. If you're willing to pay the shipping (USPS) in the US, I'll be glad to package it up and get it out to you. Also, if anyone needs filters, bags, or old probably broken cameras, let me know, and I'll see what else I have.
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I'd like to give away a vintage Kodak 10" x 12" safelight, I am not sure if I have the bracket or not, I think it's the model C, grey metal, with either a 15W or 25W working bulb in it. It has about 3 packaged 10x12 filters, so the whole thing is pretty heavy. If you're willing to pay the shipping (USPS) in the US, I'll be glad to package it up and get it out to you. Also, if anyone needs filters, bags, or old probably broken cameras, let me know, and I'll see what else I have.
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Old 12-06-2012   #219
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For the Mac softs, I am not going to give it away as a set, you can only pick one please! The unused activation code is enclosed.
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if the aperture package will work on the latest OS X version, i'd like to try it. postage to hamburg??

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Ok

same t/c as for safelight, CCTV 25/1.4 1/2" C mount lens. vignettes on nex, but interesting circular lomo/holga type lens. I think I got it from Rainbow imaging a few years back.

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Old 12-06-2012   #221
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Anyone finding your pc or mac a little slow with photoshop or lightroom? how about cranking it up with some multi processor dell 2U rack servers?? these would be pickup only.
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Old 12-06-2012   #222
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Alright I found something I figured I'd post.

Olympus Stylus Epic DLX in champagne - GONE

The viewfinder has a weird blue oval shape that takes up most of the space. Not sure what it is, I assume some glass separation or something. You can still see through the finder it just isn't 100% clear. I'll even take care of shipping, no battery included.

The only requirement is when you PM have something ready to post in here as well and tell me what it is First come first served still I just want to be sure the love keeps going!



GONE! Thanks guys! I may have more to post later
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shedding, for shipping only (EU preferred, sending outside the EU is expensive... send an email to [email protected] to get in touch!)

  • Canon W-50-A lens hood, fits the Canon 1.4/50mm even though it's not the dedicated hood TAKEN
  • Tamron Adaptall-2 for Canon FD
  • Tamron Adaptall-2 for Contax
  • Three refillable metal FED cassettes for the FED-2, FED-3(b), FED-4, FED-5(b)
  • Olympus Mju-II Zoom-80
  • Edixamat prism with accessory shoe. Clean.
  • Ricoh KR-5 with Riconar 2.2/50mm. Clean, but a loud shutter TAKEN

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EDIT: KR-5 is going to Germany!
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Old 12-06-2012   #224
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I have a Olympus 35RC in pieces (the lens assembly needs to be put back together, but all the small pieces are present). A small dent on the top housing keeps film advance from a single stroke's work - you need to force it a little. I think the camera works should correct battery is given.

Ready to go worldwide plus shipping from Canada.
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OK, so Bruce (1750Shooter) was generous enough to offer a Jupiter 11 (135 mm, f/4) back in Post No. 61 of this thread. I jumped on that quickly. The lens arrived here and I found that it is in good shape, with clear glass, focusing nicely damped, and both caps intact. But I cannot use it! I evidently got ahead of my very limited knowledge of FSU kit. So now I'm re-offering it here (with Bruce's permission). To be very clear, the lens:
  • Has a seemingly LTM threading. It mounts fine on my Canon P; this is not one of those cases where it's 39mm but different thread pitch and I've now destroyed the threads on lens and camera by forcing it; no. Rather, it screws onto the P effortlessly.
  • Has no apparent rangefinder cam. (Check out rear views below.) It will not move the follower, so cannot be focused on a rangefinder camera.
From these things and some Googling, I suspect it's meant for an old FSU M39 SLR (Zenit?), of which I have none (hence the re-offering). If indeed it's an SLR lens, you can't use it on a rangefinder camera even with guesstimation focusing, because the film-to-flange distance is wrong so the distance markings will be wrong.

First PM received takes it (slow though I may be to reply). North America, please, unless you're really eager to pay a lot to ship this. Meanwhile, anyone else with better knowledge of what the lens is meant for, do post! Pictures below to help figure it out.

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It does indeed look like an M39 lens as suitable for Zenit etc. Also M42 SLRs with an M39-->M42 adapter.
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Early Zenit as my Zenit E Slr is M42.
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Jupiter 11 going to Brett!

I did think of the possibility of using it on my M42 kit (Pentax SV, chiefly) via adapter, but I already have two M42 135 mm lenses that I don't use enough, so getting an adapter just for that seemed a bit daft. I would have then needed to start collecting other M39 lenses to justify the adapter!
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Focusing screen goes to Penny Lane! Cheers.
Arrived today and has found a place in my OM-1 to replace the all-matte screen. Microprism FTW

Thanks a lot, Mattia!

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Please msg if you want any of the following (all in English), free postage to anywhere:

1) Olympus XA Instructions
2) Yashica Electro 35 GS Instruction Booklet
3) Yashica Electro 35 GSN/GTN Instruction Booklet

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In reply to isoterica's remark about Zenits:

You are indeed correct, sir. I have two Zenit SLRs: a newer plastic Zenit ET and an old chrome Zenit 3M (no auto mirror return!). The ET is M42 mount and the 3M is M39. I can indeed fit the M39 lens on my LTM cameras, but the focusing does not coincide with the rangefinder.
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I've got some things to give away for now, maybe I will add more in a couple of days:



1) Minolta SRT-101, small dent on one side, film advance lever little loose, but the camera still works fine. Great work horse available again

2) Soligor 35mm/F2.8 for Minolta SR. gone to phothomas

3) Polaroid Land Camera 320, focus mechanism needs to be fixed. still available



Shipping to Western Europe is free (financial help is always appreciated)



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Arrived today and has found a place in my OM-1 to replace the all-matte screen. Microprism FTW

Thanks a lot, Mattia!

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pm if interested ...
PM also sent regarding this.
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Olympus XA and other stuff

Hi all,
Its been another fun year hanging out here at RFF. Thank you all for all the thoughtful and enthusiastic posts of the technical, artistic, and retail nature. And a special thanks to all the moderators here who do such a splendid job of keeping the hoi polloi in line.

I've got a few things to give away to anyone interested. These are all small items and thus not worth shipping outside the U.S., so only for CONUS members. Here's the list; send me a PM... 'first come, first served':

1) [Update: Brian got the XA] I was recently going through stuff left behind by my dad and found what's looks to be a properly functioning Olympus XA. Its in user condition. The A11 flash doesn't seem to work, but its included. Owner's manuals also included. I'll also put a little 'cherry' on top... a new roll of Portra 160.

2) Black metal body cap for Leicaflex camera. Looks new.

3) [Update: Froyd got the strap] Camera strap for Rolleiflex camera. New, Chinese-made, olive green fabric.

4) Nikon F3HP instruction manual.
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does the Rolleiflex strap have the alligator clips on the end of it that will fit on my MX-EVS .... if so I would like to have it
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Claimed by Terry Christian: USSR viewfinder camera. Flash is already gone, though:

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Nikon DG-2 - 2x eyepiece magnifer, Nikon DK-6 eye-cup for F100 - Free shipping Can & US
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