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08-20-2008, 11:28 PM   #1
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[SOLD] Viv S1 105 f2.5 Macro; Pentax FA35 f2; Bronica RF645 + 65mm Zenzanon

Replacing two of my lenses with the DA35 limited. I'm also getting a 4x5 view camera, so I need to do some shuffling of my gear. See below:










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Item for Sale Sold
Vivitar Series 1 105mm f2.5 Macro

Item Description
This lens shouldn't need an introduction. It's exceptional; in like new condition. Includes lens, caps(F & R), original box and bags, leather case, manuals, strap(not sure for what), and I'll throw in the 52mm Hoya HMC UV filter(in it's case) that I've used to protect the front element. Glass is flawless.


Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
Yes

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition
Used
Like New

Item Location
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

Asking Price
$475 shipped within US

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Item for Sale Sold
Pentax FA35 f2.0

Item Description
Fantastic lens in like new condition. Incredibly sharp. Includes lens, caps(F & R), original box and bags, manuals, and I'll throw in the 49mm Hoya HMC UV filter(in it's case) that I've used to protect the front element. Glass is flawless.


Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
Yes

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition
Used
Like New

Item Location
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

Asking Price
$250 shipped within US

Shipping Charge
included in price

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Item for Sale
Bronica RF645 rangefinder medium format camera with 65mm f4 Zenzanon Lens

Item Description
Manufacturers Info(brochure etc.)

Some pics taken with it

Damn near perfect 645 camera. Pretty rare. Feels great in hand, big bright viewfinder, big 645 negative, very sharp lens with nice bokeh, hand holdable down to 1/15-1/10th of a sec. Exceptional build quality(metal body and lens). Roughly the same size as a K10D... which is to say, one of the smallest medium format cameras made. I find it hard to critique this camera. In my opinion it is as close to perfect as a camera can get. It's only flaw, if you can call it that, is that there are only 3 lenses available. Some people may not like it's default portrait orientation; I love it. Even though Bronica is dead, Tamron will still service/support this camera until 2010.

I just bought this camera ~2 months ago from KEH for $889 +shipping. I've decided to go large format for movements and can unfortunately only afford one film camera at this time. Front lens cap and hood included. The camera does not include a body cap and the lens does not include a rear cap. Items are sold as a kit. I'll also throw in the Domke gripper strap(payed $25-30), and a few 220 rolls of Provia 100F (cost me $6 a piece).


Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
No

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition
Used
Excellent

Item Location
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

Asking Price
$800 shipped within US

Shipping Charge
included in price

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USPS

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08-21-2008, 04:35 AM   #2
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FA 30mm & filter

PM sent for FA 35mm f2 and filter.
08-22-2008, 11:28 AM   #3
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FA35 Sold. Thanks
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Prices reduced.

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Viv S1 Macro sold. Thanks, Martin!
08-26-2008, 06:02 AM   #6
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I'm waaaaay late for that FA 35mm...and at a price that was just right!
08-26-2008, 07:18 AM   #7
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It was a great lens. She will be missed.
However, I like new toys, so it won't take long for me to get over her.
Thanks for looking!

PS. @Miserere Looking at your flickr pics, I think you would have put it to better use than I ever did! Some great stuff there.

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That was one of the best looking Viv Series 1 105mm that I've seen for sale in a while.

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Ha, thanks. I've got this nasty habit of wanting to keep everything like new... including boxes. I just can't throw boxes away... it's a nasty vice of mine.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Vertex Ninja Quote
It was a great lens. She will be missed.
However, I like new toys, so it won't take long for me to get over her.
Thanks for looking!

PS. @Miserere Looking at your flickr pics, I think you would have put it to better use than I ever did! Some great stuff there.
Thanks for checking out my pics

I'm actually still debating on whether to get the FA35 or not. I would prefer Pentax to release a 28mm f/2, as 35mm is not wide enough for what I want. I just don't want to lug around the weight of a Sigma 28mm or 24mm f/1.8
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Just checked out your Flickr page...it needs some padding up! Table Rock Dam is very cool, and I agree with you on those funky blues you're getting.
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Yeah, I'm lazy about posting stuff on there and my Zenfolio site. Thanks for looking despite my laziness!
 

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