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Posts: 69
Registered: March 2015
Location: Seattle, WA

   Fujica G617, Rolleiflex 6003 SRC1000 80/2.8 Planar PQS Kit
Quantity Buy It Now Price Views Date Posted
1 $1,750.00 1268 Wed August 2, 2017
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$1,450.00 $50.00 Excellent
Description:

Fujica G617 Panoramic Medium Format Camer: Good Cond - $1450 shipped USA (Price Dropped!)

Has usual wear and slight rub marks on the paint along the grip / some corners, but nothing that affects function - no dents or scratches, and the 105mm F8 glass is clean other than tiny dust that is usual for a camera of this vintage. 

Front VF glass was re-glued around the border at some point, so it looks rougher than it is. Some dust in the viewfinder, and bubble levels on the rails work well, but horizontally is a little off due to slight cage tilt (just align the horizontal bubble just outside the right-side line, and you're even to the horizon). Film advance feels great and strong, 4 winds per shot. Takes 4 or 8 glorious frames depending on if shooting 120 or 220 rollfilm. All speeds work and focus is smooth and accurate, no sticky shutter. Shutter count 372.

Comes with aforementioned 2x center ND (hard to find, essential for slides), lens hood, leather case (small tears patched with tape), instruction manual (if I can find it, somewhere), ground glass (for critical focus before loading film in), and strap. The insane 50-70 megapixel scans off of these slides or negatives are amazing to behold and print. Selling to travel lighter as my hiking setup has changed. Asking $1800 shipped to the continental USA (PayPal / fees inclusive), please no low-ball offers.

 

Rolleiflex 6003 SRC 1000 w/ 80mm F2.8 Planar PQS Kit - EXC- $850 (Price drop)

Beautiful auto-exposure, motorized 6x6 medium format SLR that's better than a Hasselblad in many ways. The 80mm Zeiss Planar syncs up to 1/1000s at all apertures. Tiny amount of dust in the lens, otherwise optically perfect.

Re-celled batteries lasts about a dozen rolls or so before losing charge, but handles routine use fine as long as battery is charged before use, and not stored inside the camera when not in use. I should also mention the N charger came with a UK-style plug instead of North American, but one can use any 2-prong cable to adapt to their local country as the transformer brick is 110-220V capable.

Comes with strap lugs but no strap, Rollei front lens cap, lens hood for the 80/2.8 has some wear but functional, extra 120 insert (not shown), N Charger (works with NiMH recelled batteries, re-celled battery, Heliopan Bay VI Clear UV filter (hard to find), and Rollei locking grip. Grip has some loose screws (taped up) but works fine for its purpose.

These are fairly rare and don't come up often on eBay etc, so it's hard to price such a nice kit. Asking for $850 fees / shipping waived in the USA.

Location: Seattle, WA
Postal Code: 98040
Shipping Method: UPS
Shipping Cost: 50
Keywords: Rollei, Zeiss, Fujinon, Fujica, Fujifilm, medium format, Rolleiflex, SLX, 6008i, 6001, Sinar, Leaf

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nanthor
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Registered: June 2008
Posts: 230
Comment Date: Wed August 2, 2017

Is this auto exposure shutter or aperture priority or both? Thanks, Bob in Michigan.

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taomei
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Comment Date: Wed August 2, 2017

The Rolleiflex has AE Program, aperture priority, shutter priority, and full manual - just set the lens or shutter dial to desired speed or 'auto' as desired and the meter in the waist level finder will tell you if it's over / under exposed. Sorry if that's not clear.



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Comment Date: Thu August 10, 2017

Bump with prices revised



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