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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #256619

For Sale: Pentax 67 II, 55, 90, 165 2.8, access* SALE PENDING* [SOLD]

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The 67 II is a much improved version of the proven Pentax 67. The new matrix/and spot metered bright prism, much better ergonomics, and built in low battery drain time exposure feature make this a much nicer camera to use for Astrophotos and conventional photography. All items listed below are in like new or near like new condition and come with original boxes and paperwork. Everything listed is below current used market prices from places like KEH. I am willing to sell items separately but prefer to sell as a package and will provide a further discount for everything. I am also listing current new prices for savings reference:
ITEM SELLING PRICE NEW MAIL ORDER PRICE
67II BODY $750 $1500
AE METER PRISM $325 $650
LATEST 55F4 LENS
WITH OPTIONAL HOOD $500 $1000
LATEST 90 F2.8 LENS $250 $500
LATEST 165 F2.8 LENS $325 $650
67MM CLOSE UP LENS $75 $150
(This item turns 67 lenses into macro lenses)
HELICOID FOCUSER $85 $170
(This item provides adjustable back focus with 67 lenses for macro work)
Pentax bright focus $50 $85
screen (essential for astro work)

Total $2360 $4705
PACKAGE DEAL* $2,200
 

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