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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #181572

Sale/Trade: Your Cheap (Broken?) MF Camera for My MF/LF Lenses FOUND ONE!

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I am looking for an inexpensive Medium Format Camera to use for Astrophotography. It needs to use 120/220 film, and needs to be focusable when attached to a telescope. It does not need a functioning shutter beyond the "B" setting. I prefer 6x7 to 6x9 cm format, but 6x6 will do. Some possible models include: Graflex XL, Mamiya Press (with a film back or a graflock back), Koni Omega w/film back, Kiev 60 or 6C. A Norita 66 would be ideal (I have a lens for it), or how about a barely functioning, beat-up Pentax 67?
In trade, I can offer:

1. Wollensak 15" (380 mm) f/5.6-32 lens. No shutter or lens board, but it covers 4"x5", and is in great shape.
2. Wollensak 75 mm f/4.5-32 lens in shutter, T, B, 1/10th- 1/200th. Covers 6x7 (at least). No board.
3. Kodak Aero-Ektar 7" (178 mm) f/2.5-16 lens, mounted on a 4x5 Graphic board. No shutter. This is an older Aerial photography lens, meant for B&W (it has an element with a yellow tinge that shows up slightly in color pics). But it is quite sharp and FAST. Could it be used for a finder?

I can also add a little cash, if needed. I'm not using these usable lenses. Are you not using a usable camera?

Thanks for looking!

Paul K

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