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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #203230

For Sale: (Sold thanks Pekay)Rolliflex F 3.5/Zenotar w/light meter (working)

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1. Rolleiflex F 3.5/75 Zenotar lens, w/ light meter (working), SN2213022. This camera is in EXCELENT++ condition. $450.00 Plus shipping conus UPS ground w/tracking number or P/U in Atlanta area
Leather Case and Strap
Light meter diffuser
Rollei metal lens cap
Kodak Series 6 Adapter Ring #65 with 4 filter holder rings.
Pola-Screen (adjustable polarizer)
Telek Lens4-1 (close-up)
Telek Lens2 (close-up)
Porta 1
Porta 2
85C Daylight Filter
Tiffen Series 6 Photar 85B
Sky 1-A
Also 2 lens shades, shutter cables, and several other pieces that I’m not sure what they do. I’ve looked at many Rollei’s elsewhere and this one looks better than most advertised as EX++ (even some as mint).
I’m also throwing in a Gossen LunaSix Light Meter with manual (needs battery) and a Poloroid Land Camera Model 95A with manual, and attachable Poloroid Exposure Meter in leather case. The 95A and meter are in MINT condition. The Rollei was my father's and the Poloroid was my uncle's and somehow I don't feel they would mind if I sold them to help finance my hobby.
I will accept PayPal, cashiers check, money order.
If you have questions please contact me.


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